Charlotte Servant-L’Heureux
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With a passion for human rights, particularly for the protection of minorities, Charlotte provides legal and strategic advice on constitutional law issues across Canada.

Charlotte offers legal and strategic advice on issues relating to language rights, as well as other constitutional and administrative law matters for institutional clients and individuals not only in Quebec but also across the country.

Prior to joining Power Law, Charlotte practiced in various areas of civil litigation, including commercial litigation and class actions, specializing in discrimination and consumer protection.

Charlotte has a passion for human rights, including the protection of minorities and the right to equality. Following her graduate studies in public international law, she carried out a volunteer cooperation program in Mali with Lawyers Without Borders Canada and completed an internship with the International Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) in The Hague, Netherlands.

Originally from the Montreal region, Charlotte has Franco-Ontarian roots. She has a keen interested in scuba diving and in her spare time, she enjoys hiking, cross-country skiing, and cycling.

Charlotte practices law in English and French.

Law Societies

  • Quebec


  • LL.M. (Universiteit Leiden - 2018)
  • LL.B. (Université de Montréal - 2017)
  • B.Sc. International Studies (Université de Montréal - 2015)

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