Véronique provides practical and strategic advice and representation in all areas of labour, employment, and human rights law. She practices in both French and English.
Véronique is a graduate of the University of Ottawa’s bijural Programme de droit canadien (dual J.D. and LL.L.). This program offered her the opportunity to garner analytical skills which allow her to compare and contrast the two most widely used legal systems in the world in order to find creative solutions to challenging situations.
During her time at the University of Ottawa, Véronique acted as Second Year Representative in the Canadian Law Program Student Association, as a member of the Common Law Student Society’s VP French Committee, and volunteered as a mentor for first year students. She also participated in the Federal Government’s Copyright Policy Moot, where she was the recipient of both the Best Paper and the Best Presentation awards. Prior to law school, Véronique obtained an Honours Bachelor's Degree in Political Science with Bilingual Specialization from the University of Windsor, where she graduated With Distinction.
Before joining as an Associate in 2021, Véronique summered and articled at the Firm.