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Christine Cote Ottawa Lawyer

Christine Côté

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Ontario, 2018 | Quebec, 2018
Language(s) French, English
Office(s) Ottawa
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Christine is an associate in the Labour, Employment & Human Rights group. She has a broad practice advising private and public sector employers on a wide range of employment and labour law issues.

 

Before joining Fasken, Christine worked as a student and associate in a specialized litigation group of a national law firm and as an associate at a boutique firm where her practice focused on public, administrative, education and constitutional law litigation.

 

During her legal studies, Christine received several honours for her academic achievements. She also represented the Civil Law Section of the Faculty of Law at the University of Ottawa in the Sopinka Moot Court Competition (Criminal Law), and interned at a legal clinic, where she worked on immigration and refugee law cases.

 

Christine practices in both English and French.

 

 

  • Gilles G. Patry Student Engagement Scholarship, 2017
  • Academic Excellence Scholarship, University of Ottawa, 2012
  • Medal of the Lieutenant - Governor of Quebec for Youth, 2011
2017 Gilles G. Patry Student Engagement Scholarship
2012 Academic Excellence Scholarship, University of Ottawa
2011 Medal of the Lieutenant - Governor of Quebec for Youth
Date Client

Education

  • JD, Cum Laude University of Ottawa
  • LLL, Civil Law, Summa Cum Laude University of Ottawa
  • B. Soc. Sc., Specialized in International Development abd Globalization, Summa Cum Laude University of Ottawa

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Ontario Bar Association
  • Member, Quebec Bar Association
  • Member, Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario
  • Member, Jeune Barreau de l’Outaouais
Article, Co-Author Disregarding the Terms of a Settlement and Disparaging a Supervisor Cause for Dismissal Canada’s Association for the Practical Study of Law Education (CAPSLE)

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