Bianca is an associate in our litigation group in Montreal. Her wide-ranging practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, real estate law, class actions, criminal liability as well as professional and medical liability. Bianca is also currently developing a pro bono practice. She recently represented in the case of Joseph-Christopher Luamba v. Attorney General of Quebec et al. about racial profiling.
Bianca graduated from McGill University's Faculty of Law with a minor in French Literature. She was elected Valedictorian by her peers. During her studies, she clerked at the Tribunal administratif du Québec and at the Superior Court of Quebec.
In an effort to strengthen her leadership skills, Bianca has been very active in the McGill Law Students' Association. She was also involved in the Mobile Legal Clinic which travels to shelters to provide legal information and assistance to the homeless. An avid debater, Bianca was a member of the McGill French Debating Club and participated in the Pierre-Basile-Mignault Moot Court Competition. With her teammate, they won the Jean Martineau Cup, awarded to the winning pair in the final round. In her spare time, Bianca is passionate about theater, literature and writing. She is a member of the «Espace de la Diversité», an organization that fights against exclusion and discrimination through literature. Bianca also sits on the board of Clinique juridique de Saint-Michel and of Theatre Junction.