About Our Team

Julie Taub is a bilingual (French and English) immigration lawyer practising in Ottawa, the capital of Canada with more than 15 years of experience in Canadian Immigration Law. She is a licensed lawyer, a member in good standing of the Law Society of Upper Canada, the County of Carleton Law Association and with the Barreau du Québec. Julie Taub is recognized by the Government of Canada (Department of Citizenship and Immigration) as an authorized representative.

Julie Taub Immigration practice specialises in Spousal Sponsorships, Express Entry immigration, work permits, LMIA’s, student and visitor visas, refugee claims, PRRA’s and appeals.

Julie Taub has appeared before Federal Court, the Immigration Appeal Division, the Immigration Division and the Refugee Protection Division, the three divisions of the Immigration and Refugee Board on behalf of her clients.

She is a former Member of the Immigration and Refugee Board ("IRB") Refugee Protection Division ("RPD") (1997-2000 Toronto) which provides her with a unique and in depth understanding of the Immigration process. Mrs. Taub was also part time Duty Counsel with Ottawa Legal Aid on the Immigration Panel for several years until 2012.

She graduated from the University of Toronto in 1971 B.A. in Political Science, earned a B.Ed. from Queen's University (1972) and an M.Ed. from the University of Ottawa (1978). She graduated from the University of Ottawa LL.B. in 1992 from the Faculty of Law, programme français and was called to the Ontario Bar in February 1994. She is a former secondary school teacher from the Conseil Scolaire de la langue française de l'est de l'Ontario. She practised general and family Law until December 1996 when she was appointed to the Immigration and Refugee Board.

Julie Taub was an invited speaker at the Conference on Canada, Immigration and Multiculturalism, hosted by the U.S State Department in in Washington D.C. in January 2008. She was a moderator / participant at the Fraser Institute National Conference on Immigration in Montreal in June 2008.

She was an invited speaker at the Symposium on Canada's Immigration and Refugee System hosted by the Canadian Centre for Policy Studies in Ottawa October 30, 2010. She was the keynote speaker at a lecture on Immigration Issues and Remedies sponsored by ACT! for Canada in Montreal on November 29, 2010.

Julie Taub was also a key note speaker at a Conference on Immigration in Toronto, Toronto Talks on May 24, 2011.

Julie Taub, Witness before the Standing Committee on Citizenship and Immigration, House of Commons (CIMM) and Senate in Parliament of Canada

 

About Bhramba Kullur

Bhramba Kullur

Bhramba Kullur, Barrister and Solicitor, Juris Doctor (equivalent) Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa was born in the Island of Mauritius. Bhramba Kullur completed his law studies in the United Kingdom at the University of Wolverhampton and Northumbria University, Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

Bhramba was called to the Bar in three jurisdictions, Law Society of Upper Canada (Ontario), Bar of England and Wales at the Honorable Society of Gray's Inn in London and Bar of Mauritius at the Supreme Court of Mauritius. He served the Mauritius Police Force as a Police Officer for over a decade before switching to the legal practice.

Bhramba specializes in Canadian Immigration law. He has been working exclusively in immigration law with Julie Taub since 2011. He is multilingual (English, French and Hindi). He was formerly the president of the Canada Mauritius Cultural Association (2010-2012).

 

About Philippe Gagnon

Philippe Gagnon

Articling Student
Philippe is a graduate from the french Common Law program at the University of Ottawa (LLB, JD 2018 – Dean’s Honour List 2016 & 2017) and also holds a Masters in International Law from Laval University (LLM, 2015). Recipient of scholarships for his legal writing (Fonds Jean-Robert Gauthier 2016 & 2017), notably in the realm of international law (Center for International Governance Innovation’s International Law Research Program 2015, Scotiabank International Studies in Common Law Scholarship 2016), Philippe managed to excel as a result of his superior research skills. In the course of his studies, he had the opportunity to act as an editor for the University of Ottawa Law Review & for the student’s blog Inter Alia, and to represent his law faculty at the 2017 Concours de droit international public Charles Rousseau, in Benin. In the context of immigration law, Philippe had the opportunity to complete an internship with the Integrated Legal Services Office – Ottawa in 2017-2018, and to work pro bono for the Refugee Sponsorship Support Program in 2016. He is currently articling in Julie Taub Immigration law office to fulfill the Ontario Bar Association licensing process.