After summering with the firm, Carmen graduated from the B.C.L. / LL.B. combined program at McGill University and then returned for her articles before joining the firm as an associate.
As a Law student, Carmen received the J.S.D. Tory Writing Award for an essay analysing the possibility of recognizing economic rights under the Canadian Charter. She volunteered for the McGill Legal Information Clinic and the Student Advocacy program, which provides full representation services in disputes within the university. As a student advocate, Carmen received the Director’s Award for her involvement in two cases, one concerning constitutional and electoral law and the other being a student’s grievance. She speaks five languages fluently and was selected as a bilingual editor for the McGill Law Journal.Read More
In her spare time, Carmen takes whistling lessons from her parrots and tries vainly to instill in them an appreciation for community standards of reasonable conduct.
LL.B. 2013 – McGill University
B.C.L. 2013 – McGill University
Ph.D. 2007 – University of Western Ontario
M.A. 2002 – University of Western Ontario
B.A. 2000 – University of Bucharest
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