Céleste Brouillard-Ross joined Lavery as a Law student in spring 2016 after the completion of her Bachelors of Law degree from Université de Montréal. Prior to law school, Céleste studied History and Women’s Studies at McGill University.
During Law School, Céleste was highly involved in her university’s student life and was a member of several committees, including the Graduation Committee. She is also very active in her community with a focus on tutoring students from first-generation immigrant families.
Concurrent to her legal studies, Céleste also completed an internship at the Canadian Federal Court in Montréal where she worked alongside numerous judges.
Professional and community activities
- PROMIS, Volonteer tutor, 2015
- LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2016
- Minors in History and Women’s studies, McGill University, 2013
Publications by Céleste Brouillard-Ross
- Ariane Villemaire and Céleste Brouillard-Ross