John A. LeBlanc
Jay LeBlanc is an associate in the litigation and enforcement practice group. Jay’s practice includes complex civil litigation and securities litigation, as well as government investigations involving allegations of health care fraud and violations of federal securities laws. Jay works with a varied group of clients, including pharmaceutical companies, financial services firms, and publicly-traded companies. He also maintains an active pro bono practice, which includes working on the Special Master team appointed by the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to oversee inmate confinement conditions and early release opportunities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Before joining Ropes & Gray, Jay clerked for Justice Scott L. Kafker of the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court. During law school, he served as a managing editor of the Boston College Law Review and received the Richard G. Huber Award for Scholarship & Leadership in Extra- and Co-Curricular Activities.
- John A. LeBlanc, “A Search Is a Search”: Scanning a Credit, Debit, or Gift Card Is a Search Under the Fourth Amendment, 59 B.C. L. REV. 1089 (2018)
- John A. LeBlanc, But See Kohlheim: The Third Circuit Muddies the Water on the Compensability of Employee Meal Periods Under the Fair Labor Standards Act in Babcock v. Butler County, 58 B.C. L. REV. E. SUPP. 91 (2016)
- JD, cum laude, Boston College Law School, 2018; Managing Editor, Boston College Law Review; Richard G. Huber Award for Scholarship and Leadership in Extra- and Co-Curricular Activities
- BA (History), cum laude, Villanova University, 2014
Admissions / Qualifications
- Massachusetts, 2018