Jessica is both an unapologetic tree-hugger and a fearsome jurist dedicated to holding accountable society’s most powerful. A lover of wilderness and wild edible plants, she stops at nothing to defend the interests of citizen groups. She does so with particular interest when it comes to protecting the greatness of our environment for future generations.
After earning a Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at Concordia University (B.A. Hons) and a law degree at the University of Montreal (LL.B.), Jessica completed her articles at TJL in 2019. She then worked for one year as a law clerk for the Supreme Court of Canada amongst the Chambers of the Honorable Russell Brown.
The pleasure she takes in navigating complex legal challenges is evident: she easily juggles with questions relating to fundamental rights and freedoms or the limits imposed by the constitution as much as she does with questions of civil and business law. This might explain why she was awarded the Prix du Barreau de Montréal after graduating second in her LL.B. class. Jessica takes a passionate interest in political theories and is constantly using her knowledge to bring a new take to our files.
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