Heather Hobart

Part-time Instructor

Law, Faculty of

Ludlow Hall


1 506 453 4669

Research interests

  • privacy law
  • health law
  • elections
  • insurance
  • statutory interpretation


Heather joined UNB in 1996 as a contract instructor. Over the years, she has taught Law and Society, Law for Engineers, and Business Law. She has lectured for the Faculty of Nursing on the legal aspects of the nursing profession, as well as the MBA program (Saint John) on issues relating to privacy, confidentiality and health information. Since 2002, she has taught Health Law at UNB Law.

Heather holds a BN (UNB), LLB (UNB) and LLM (Dalhousie). She works as a Solicitor with the Legal Advice Services Group for the Office of the Attorney General of New Brunswick. In this role, she provides research, legal opinions and advice to various government departments. Heather has represented the province at inquiries, including the Menon Inquiry and the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls.

Courses taught

  • Health Law