Florence is a lawyer in the Labour, Employment & Human Rights Group. She practices in all areas related to labour and employment law, including matters related to hiring, termination of employment, labour standards, human rights and freedoms, and the interpretation and application of employment contracts and collective agreements. She has a particular interest in issues dealing with the drafting and interpretation of confidentiality, non-compete and non-solicitation clauses.
As part of her university studies, Florence completed a cooperative internship with a major pharmaceutical distribution company as well as a clinical activity with the Honourable Mireille Allaire, a Court of Quebec judge. She also served as a teaching assistant for a legal research course offered to first-year Bachelor of Laws students at the University of Sherbrooke.
Prior to joining Fasken, Florence practiced labour and employment law with a legal firm in the Montreal area.