Gabrielle Cyr practices predominantly in the area of commercial litigation, procurement, international trade and white collar crime.
Gabrielle has worked alongside senior counsel on numerous high-profile cases, including the largest public procurement in Canadian history (involving the replacement of Canadian military vessels), the Mark Norman case, and the independent review by EDC of its relationship with SNC-Lavalin in Angola. With a strong grounding in the law and an intense commitment to her work, Gabrielle understands the importance of looking beyond strictly legal issues to take into account tactical considerations, public and media relations, and reputational risk management.
Gabrielle is fluent in both English and French and holds a degree in both English common law and Quebec civil law.
In her spare time, Gabrielle is a boxer, and plays the piano and the flute.