Anne-Raphaëlle Bolya is an associate in the Montreal office's Labour and Employment Group. Her practice focuses on representing employers under both provincial and federal legislation.
She represents clients from a variety of sectors, particularly in the interpretation and application of employment contracts and collective agreements, wrongful dismissals, employment policies, labour standards and due diligence, as well as discrimination and harassment in the workplace.
Anne-Raphaëlle graduated from McGill University in 2021 with a Bachelor of Civil and Common Law. Her academic excellence at McGill has earned her several distinctions, and a place on the Dean's Honour List.
Prior to her legal studies, she completed a Bachelor of Political Science at Concordia University, where she was awarded a prize for the best academic performance in her program.
During her time at McGill, Anne-Raphaëlle was involved with a number of organizations, including Pro Bono Students Canada and the Black Law Students' Association at McGill, of which she was president from 2020-2021. She also worked as a research assistant in labour law for a professor at the Faculty, and completed a student internship at the Tribunal Administratif du Québec.