Daphné Pomerleau-Normandin joined Lavery in 2021 and will be articling at the firm in 2022. She is currently completing her law degree at the Université de Montréal.
During her law studies, Daphne worked as a research assistant in both constitutional and criminal law. Involved in her community, she volunteered for Pro Bono Students Canada and was an intern at the Mile End Legal Clinic. As she completes her third year of law, Daphne is currently an intern with the judiciary of the Superior Court of Québec.
Before beginning her law studies, Daphne obtained a bachelor’s degree in political science as well as we a master’s degree in public administration from Concordia University. Upon graduating, she joined the public service as a policy analyst at the Public health agency of Canada.
Professional and community activities
- Student intern, Superior court of Québec judiciary, 2020-2021
- Student intern, Mile End Legal Clinic, 2019-2020
- Volunteer, Pro Bono Students Canada, 2018-2019
- Pierrette Rayle academic excellence scholarship, 2018
- LL.B., Université de Montréal, expected to graduate in 2021
- M.A., Public Administration, Concordia University, 2018
- B.A., Political Science, Concordia University, 2016