Eva Fog is an articling student at our firm and we are proud to have her among us. She was selected among over 120 applicants in the highly competitive Course aux stages recruitment process, in which our firm competes with the biggest firms in the country to recruit top talent from law schools across the province.
Before obtaining both her civil and common law degrees at Université de Montréal, Eva graduated with distinction from Concordia University with a Bachelor of Science (B.Sc.) in Honours Cell and Molecular Biology.
Eva chose a career in family law to have a meaningful and positive impact on her clients’ lives, while leading them through what is often one of the most difficult experiences of their lives. She is also particularly motivated to honing the litigation and negotiation skills that the field demands.
Passionate about collegial involvement, Eva was President of the Biology Student Association during her studies at Concordia. She also conducted research on the cellular regulation of the aging process in eukaryotic organisms and wrote her Honour’s thesis on the effect of catecholamines on T-lymphocyte cells. During her law studies, Eva was President of the Ski and Snowboard Club of the Université de Montréal.
As a word of advice to law students, Eva says:
“Remember the basics! Get enough sleep, eat well, exercise regularly and listen to your body. These are habits you want to build now and maintain the rest of your life. I also encourage you to get involved, whether on campus or in your community, which will not only help you acquire skills and build a network, but will also develop your self-confidence.”
Eva is perfectly fluent in English and French and is currently learning Danish.