Gabrielle joined Clyde & Co in 2016, where she provides advices on managing and monitoring claims and insurance coverage for Canadian and foreign insurers. Gabrielle analyzes complex claims and draws up legal opinions on professional liability and general liability risks.
She graduated from the University of Ottawa with the honorary mention summa cum laude. During her studies, Gabrielle received numerous scholarships and was a research assistant for various professors. She completed her studies with a master's degree in law at Oxford University in 2014.
Gabrielle is a member of the Young Bar Association of Montreal and of the Bar of Quebec in 2013.
P. Dumberry & G. Dumas-Aubin, « A Few Pragmatic Observations on How BITs should be Modified to Incorporate Human Rights Obligations », Transnational Dispute Management Special Issue: Reform of Investor-State Dispute Settlement: In Search of A Roadmap, 2014;
P. Dumberry & G. Dumas-Aubin, « The Doctrine of “Clean Hands” and the Inadmissibility of Claims by Investors Breaching International Human Rights Law », 10(1) Transnational Dispute Management Special Issue: Aligning Human Rights and Investment Protection, 2013;
P. Dumberry & G. Dumas-Aubin, « How to Impose Human Rights Obligations on Corporations under Investment Treaties? », 4 Yearbook on International Investment Law and Policy, 2011-2012, p. 569-600. See as well: blog post « How to Incorporate Human Rights Obligations in Bilateral Investment Treaties? », in the Investment Treaty News Quarterly, 2013, p. 9;
P. Dumberry & G. Dumas-Aubin, « When and How Allegations of Human Rights Violations can be Raised inInvestor-State Arbitration » 13(3) Journal of World Investment & Trade, 2012, p. 349-372.