Camille Bélanger is an associate in our Montreal Labour & Employment group. Her practice focuses on representing employers, both at provincial and federal levels. She notably has experience in the interpretation and management of collective agreements, wrongful dismissal, employment agreements, employment policy and labour standards, as well as workplace discrimination and harassment. Camille also assists physicians with matters related to disciplinary and administrative law.
Camille graduated with a bachelor’s degree in civil law (LL.B.) from the co-op program at the Université de Sherbrooke in 2019, and completed her professional training at the École du Barreau that same year. Before studying law, she completed a minor in criminology at the Université de Montréal. During her time at university, Camille was involved with the Association des rencontres culturelles avec les détenus (ARCAD), and was a speaker for Pro Bono Students Canada at seminars focusing on the impact that a criminal record has in labour law. Camille cares about success and solidarity: she served as a mentor and tutor at her university’s law student learning centre, co-launched a website to encourage collaboration and support between law faculty students, and co-founded the faculty’s diversity committee.
A sports enthusiast, Camille has participated in Canadian track and field championships and in the 2018 Flag Football World Championship in Panama. She also received several awards and scholarships, including the RSEQ (Réseau du sport étudiant du Québec) award for women’s leadership and community involvement two years in a row. Throughout her studies, Camille has been part of the Dean’s Honour List and appeared on the academic excellence list of the top 5% of her cohort.