Jesse is an Associate in the Litigation and Dispute Resolution group. His practice is focused on commercial and constitutional litigation.
During his time in law school, Jesse was a research assistant to Professors Johanne Poirier (holder of the Peter MacKell Chair in Federalism) and Yaëll Emerich (then 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, Jesse served as a Law Clerk to Justice Mark G. Peacock at the Superior Court of Québec. Before joining the firm in 2018, he worked for a summer in Toronto in the Crown Law Office (Civil) at the Ministry of Attorney General of Ontario.
Jesse 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. He is the recipient of the Ronald L. Watts Award from the International Association of Centers for Federal Studies.