Originally from Montreal, Audrey joined Power Law after practicing in administrative and constitutional law as legal counsel for a federal tribunal. Audrey clerked for Justice Yves de Montigny of the Federal Court of Appeal and Justice Marie-Josée Bédard of the Federal Court, where she acquired experience in trial and appellate litigation.
She also worked in Aboriginal law as a summer student at the Ontario Ministry of Environment, providing legal research support on the duty to consult in the context of environmental approvals.
Her professional experiences from within government, trial and appellate courts, and an administrative tribunal, inform her legal practice.
Audrey obtained her degrees in common law and civil law, and practices in both English and French.
“Étude sur les obstacles à l’utilisation de l’article 530 du Code criminel en Colombie-Britannique”, AJEFCB (January 2019) (with J. Klinck, S.-M. Scott, G. Decat-Beltrami, M. Power, C. Faucher and R. Léger)
Presentation: “Unsettling Reconciliation: Healing Indigenous – Canadian Relationships with Indigenous Legal Traditions”, paper presented at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s national event in Montreal (April 24-27, 2010).
During her legal studies, Audrey clerked for Chief Justice Nicole Duval Hesler of the Court of Appeal of Quebec.
Audrey represented the students of the Truth, Reconciliation and Indigenous Peoples research seminar at McGill University in giving a statement of reconciliation at the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s national event in Montreal in April 2014.
She also worked as a research assistant for Professor Shauna Van Praagh and Professor Lara Khoury, providing support in drafting an English-language introductory textbook on Quebec civil law.
In 2014, Audrey studied for four months at the University of Hong Kong.
Before attending McGill University, Audrey studied at Collège Jean-de-Brébeuf and École de musique Vincent-d’Indy.