Law Student, BWL Canada
- Ethics and Compliance Investigations
- Corporate Social Responsibility
- Commercial and International Arbitration
Marie-Philippe obtained her LL.B. from Université Laval in Québec City in 2016. Passionate about international law, she enrolled, in 2017, in the Masters program (LL.M.) of the University of Montreal in international law, where she focusses her research on the economic and commercial areas of this branch of law. Her academic performance allowed her to work as a research assistant under two law professors for the preparation of conferences and articles on new generation free-trade agreements, such as the CETA, and on the corporate social responsibility of multinationals.
In the summer of 2017, Marie-Philippe was selected to article at the Law Library of Congress, the largest law library in the World, located in Washington D.C., United States. During this unique experience, she mainly assisted the Global Legal Research Directorate with Canadian Law research requests arising from the United States Congress, and wrote multiple articles on Canadian legal news. Marie-Philippe is currently a student at the Bar School of Quebec, where she is expected to graduate in May 2019.