Solveig Ménard-Castonguay is member of the firm's Administrative Law Group. Upon her arrival as a student in 2018, she took part in the preparation of several conferences and trainings for various municipal associations, gaining a particular experience in this field.
Solveig completed her L.L.B. at the Univeristé de Montréal. She also holds a bachelor degree in Political Science with a major in international relation and foreign politics at the Université Laval.
Alonside her academic training in law, Solveig had the opportunity to engage with the national network Pro Bono as a volunteer. She was also a speaker for the SEUR project, which encourages school perseverance among high school students. In the fall of 2018, she had the privilege to be an articling student at the Superior Court of the Honourable Justices Gary Morrison and Marie-Claude Lalande.
- Anne-Marie Asselin and Solveig Ménard-Castonguay, article published in the Scribe magazine of the Association des directeurs municipaux du Québec (ADMQ), summarizing the decision : "Ville de Saint-Constant c. Succession de Gilles Pépin, 2020 QCCA 1292 ", January 2021
- Anne-Marie Asselin and Solveig Ménard-Castonguay, article published in the Quorum Magazine of the Fédération québécoise des municipalités (FQM), "Les conséquences des inondations sur l’aménagement du territoire", December 2021
Professional and community activities
- National Pro Bono Network, 2017-2018
- Projet SEUR, Volunteer Speaker, 2017-2018
- LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2019
- B.A. Political Science, Université Laval, 2016