Admission to the bar
L.L.B., Université de Sherbrooke, 2016
Camille is known for her forthrightness, her contagious energy and her ability to rally people around a common goal. She particularly enjoys new challenges and exercising creativity to find solutions to the problems presented to her.
Camille joined the firm in 2013 as a student in Université de Sherbrooke’s cooperative internship program. After completing her bar internship with the firm in 2016, she joined the firm’s legal team. She is a member of the firm’s marketing committee, a member of the firm’s health law bulletin committee and helps with intern recruitment. A natural born organizer, she also helps prepare the firm’s various annual events.
Camille specializes in labour law, civil litigation and health and social services law.
In the course of her practice, she is called upon to advise clients in their day-to-day management of labour relations, particularly in the management of grievances, situations involving psychological harassment, and the application of disciplinary and administrative measures. Camille also acts as spokesperson during collective bargaining.
In matters of civil litigation, particularly as it pertains to construction law, she is called upon to draft various legal documents such as proceedings, contracts and legal opinions and to make representations before common law tribunals. She earnestly takes on the cases assigned to her and advises clients throughout the legal process, from the preventive through to the judicial.
In matters of health and social services law, Camille advises health and social service institutions about all issues relating to governance, service delivery, service user relations and data management. She regularly pleads cases before the courts on matters relating to medical care ordinances and institutional care.
Participation à la rédaction de la chronique juridique du cabinet.
Co-auteure du Bulletin de Droit de la santé (BDS).
Services essentiels et droit de grève: un article du Code du travail déclaré constitutionnellement inopérant par le Tribunal administratif du travail
Aide médicale à mourir: impact suite à la sanction de la Loi fédérale
La gestion de l'information dans le secteur privé
Les réseaux sociaux et les relations de travail : une réalité plus que virtuelle!
Droit de direction : balises juridiques pour s’y retrouver
Négociation et moyens de pression
La gestion de l'incivilité au travail: une approche préventive pour éviter l'escalade
Achievements, implications, awards
While studying for her bachelor’s degree in law, Camille earned herself two honourable mentions from the dean for academic excellence. She enjoys being involved at the community level and serves as president of the donor development committee for the Université de Montréal health centre foundation (Fondation du CHUM). She also supports a number of community organizations and other foundations by participating in their funding activities throughout the year.