Julie-Anne Pariseau practices environmental, energy, mining and climate change law.
In environmental law, she provides legal advice on the legislative and regulatory compliance of various projects. She accompanies clients throughout the environmental authorization and permit processes, and guides them through all stages of the environmental assessment and review process. She also advises clients regarding public participation mechanisms as part of the environmental assessment process of large-scale projects, notably with respect to Aboriginal communities.
In mining law, Ms. Pariseau assists clients regarding the environmental aspects of their mining projects, from exploration to the closing of mining sites.
In climate change law, she offers her expertise on all aspects related to the development of the carbon market.
Ms. Pariseau is an active member of the Government Relations and Ethics practice group. She advises Fasken Martineau's clients on their obligations under the legislative frameworks surrounding lobbying and relations with government authorities, both at the federal and provincial levels.
Ms. Pariseau recently worked as a consultant with the sustainable development and climate change team of the business risk department of an internationally renowned accounting firm.
Ms. Pariseau is also a member of the firm’s Corporate Social Responsibility and Aboriginal Law practice groups.
Julie-Anne Pariseau has also received a certificate on the sustainability reporting process from Global Reporting Initiative (GRI).
Honours and Awards
- Legal Writing Contest, Canadian Bar Association, Quebec Branch, 2009
- Member of the Pro Bono legal services committee of the Young Bar Association of Montreal
- Member, Québec Bar Association
- Member, Bar of Montréal
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, Young Bar Association of Montréal