I am very excited to return to McMillan as an articling student after passing my Quebec bar exams and completing a diploma in common law (J.D.). I gained valuable knowledge during my last summer as a student at the firm, and I look forward to putting those skills to use again as an articling student. I am also very eager to gain experience in other areas of law and to work with a fantastic and competent team of lawyers.

After starting out in an undergraduate degree in International Studies, I went on to complete a Bachelor of Laws at Université de Montréal. During law school, I have been involved in several extra-curricular activities. Among other things, I have acted as president of the Université de Montréal chapter of the Runnymede Society. In addition, I have volunteered in multiple Pro Bono projects such as the Canadian Civil Liberties Association and the Association for the Rights of Household Workers. My team and I also had the chance to represent Université de Montréal for the Laskin moot court competition in administrative and constitutional law.

Before joining the firm, I worked as a Research Assistant for Professor Stéphane Beaulac in constitutional law.

My favorite activities include enjoying the outdoors such as cycling, running, and hiking.