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Jesse  Hartery

Jesse Hartery

Articling Student Fasken
Language(s) French, English
Office(s) Montreal
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Jesse Hartery is currently an articling student at the firm. He holds an Honours B.A. in History with a Minor in Asian Studies from the University of Ottawa, degrees in common law (LL.B.) and civil law (B.C.L.) from McGill University, and a graduate diploma in comparative federalism from the University of Fribourg’s Institute of Federalism. During his legal studies, he also completed a program in Chinese Law at Shantou University.

While at McGill, he was a research assistant to Professors Johanne Poirier (holder of the Peter MacKell Chair in Federalism) and Yaëll Emerich (former Director of the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law). He was also a teaching assistant in the Constitutional Law course.

In 2017-2018, he served as a Law Clerk to Justice Mark G. Peacock at the Superior Court of Québec. He will be clerking at the Supreme Court of Canada in 2020-2021. Before joining the firm in 2018, Jesse worked for a summer in Toronto in the Crown Law Office (Civil) at the Ministry of Attorney General of Ontario.

  • André-Pratte Prize, The Federal Idea, 2017
  • Ex aequo award, Louis-Philippe-Pigeon Legal Writing Contest, Université Laval, Law Faculty, 2017
  • Dean’s Honour List, McGill University, Faculty of Law, McGill University
2017 André-Pratte Prize, The Federal Idea
2017 Ex aequo award, Louis-Philippe-Pigeon Legal Writing Contest, Université Laval, Law Faculty
McGill University Dean’s Honour List, McGill University, Faculty of Law
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Education

  • BCL / LLB McGill University
  • Certificate, Program in Chinese Law Shantou University
  • Diploma, Comparative Federalism University of Fribourg
  • BA, History and Asian Studies Ottawa University

Community involvement

  • Board, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Community Forum (since 2016)
  • Co-President, McGill Runnymede Society (2016-2017)
  • Pro Bono Students Canada (2015-2017)