Camille joined the firm as an articling student in January 2022 under the supervision of Me Marie-Hélène Dubé.
She obtained a Bachelor of Civil Law and a Juris Doctor from McGill Law School in 2020.
Before law, Camille graduated from The Paris Institute of Political Studies in France, where she completed a master's degree in human rights and humanitarian action. It was during these studies that she discovered a passion for the law, and more particularly for international law and the rights of the child.
During her law studies, Camille had the chance to do three internships in different legal circles – the Youth Division of the Court of Quebec, the Greater Montreal Community Legal Clinic and the Quebec NGO Avocats sans frontières. These experiences allowed her to cultivate her interest in children's rights and human rights, in addition to confronting issues of access to justice.
Sensitive to the delicate issues of family law and youth protection, Camille wishes to put her skills to use as and defend her clients’ rights.
Camille is fluent in French, English and Spanish. If she hadn't been a lawyer, she would have been a professor of French literature or a diplomat.