Delphine joined Fasken in 2021 after completing the second year of her Bachelor of Law at Université Laval.
During her law studies, Delphine also works as a research assistant in dispute prevention and resolution methods for a professor in Université Laval’s Faculty of Law, which helped crystallize her interest in access to justice. She places great emphasis on helping others and on her colleagues’ well-being, and also worked as a mentor at the Université Laval Support Centre for Bachelor of Laws students.
Delphine is interested in international politics, and had the opportunity to participate in the McGill Model United Nations Assembly, where she discussed the impacts of human trafficking on the international community, and in the Québec National Assembly’s Tournoi des jeunes démocrates, where her team won the bronze medal.
In the fall of 2021, as part of her studies, Delphine will start a one-year clerkship with a Québec Court of Appeal judge and will participate in the Laskin Moot.
In her free time, Delphine enjoys hiking, downhill skiing, reading and piano.