Catherine joined the Clyde & Co team in 2017 after two years of practice as a civil litigation lawyer at another Montreal firm. Her practice is focused on important infrastructure matters, litigation in insurance law, professional liability and disciplinary matters.

A graduate of the University of Sherbrooke (LL.B.), Catherine has been a member of the Quebec bar since 2015. Her passion for health issues led her to pursue a Master's degree in Health and Law policy (LL.M.), which she completed in 2017. During her studies, she also had the opportunity to be one of only two students in her cohort sponsored for a fellowship by the Canadian Institute of Health Research to study law, ethics and health policies. This experience and the many resources and mentorship it provided her honed in her research and analysis skills tremendously.

She combines her love for outdoor sports with her entrepreneurial flair, raising awareness and money for the victims of traumatic brain injury on behalf of the Fondation Tête Première, which holds a cycling event. She is also the co-founder of the Cycle Néron-Lululemon Athletica Cycling Club Dix30.

Catherine applies that same confidence and calm determination when digging deep into her clients' files to come up with the best solutions to their legal problems.

When she is not at the office, Catherine is outdoors Ski Touring up snowy mountains or hiking the trails on a camping trip.