Eliane completed a Bachelor’s of Law with honours from UQAM. She is mainly interested in Intellectual Property and Privacy Law and has done academic research on issues relating to gene patenting and genetic privacy. She is regularly invited to speak on panels about copyright, artificial intelligence, and legal issues in the arts. Eliane joined the Fasken team in May of 2018.
In 2019, she competed in the Laskin Moot, a nation-wide constitutional and administrative law moot competition. She was awarded third best individual oralist, third best pair, and third best appellant factum. She has also been involved in the broader legal community, for example at the Innocence Project, where she co-authored a factum for the judicial review of a wrongfully convicted prisoner.
Prior to beginning her law studies, Eliane completed an Art History degree at McGill University, after which she founded and was the artistic director of an internationally-renowned digital art exhibition centre. She has advised numerous government bodies as an expert in the digital arts.