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Mélina Cardinal-Bradette Étudiante/Summer student Montréal

Mélina Cardinal-Bradette

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Quebec, 2020
Language(s) French, English, Spanish, Portuguese
Office(s) Montréal
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Mélina is an associate within the Environmental Law Group of the Montréal office. As part of her practice, she advises clients from various industries on all types of environmental law issues.

Mélina also practices in the area of political law and provides advice on lobbyist registration and lobbying compliance, amongst other things.

Mélina has a keen interest in issues related to climate change, renewable energy and corporate social responsibility.

During her university career, she completed a trade mission to Mexico as a representative for a Quebec company working in the renewable energy sector. In addition, Mélina completed a Master's degree in International Law at the University of California, Berkeley, with a special focus on corporate social responsibility. She then worked as a consultant in this area in California and simultaneously worked for a law firm in Los Angeles.

Mélina joined the Fasken team after her third year of law school at Laval University.

  • Leadership and Sustainable Development Scholarship, Humanitarian and Social Section, Université Laval 2014 to 2016
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Education

  • LLM, certificate of specialization in international law University of California, Berkeley
  • LLB Laval University
Article, Co-Author Memorandum on Artificial Intelligence and Child Rights UNICEF
Speaker Migrer et disparaitre Conférence sur le phénomène des disparitions forcées ou involontaires
Speaker Generation AI, the Impacts of AI on Child Rights World Economic Forum, San Francisco

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