Daphné is an associate in the litigation and competition/antitrust and foreign investment groups at the firm’s Montréal office. Her practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, medical liability and competition law.
Daphné’s involvement throughout her career includes her collaboration as a supervisor at the Clinique d’information juridique at McGill, her participation in the Pierre-Basile Mignault moot court competition, as well as her role as a mentor for first-year students and as president for the Avocats Sans Frontières university group, which impressed her particularly during her years at McGill University. Daphné also had the opportunity to intern at the Quebec Human and Youth Rights Commission (CDPDJ).
Daphne is a committed person who believes in the importance of contributing to her community, whether socially or environmentally.
In addition to being able to express herself in French and English, she is also fluent in Greek. In her spare time, she likes to practise the piano, an instrument she has played for many years, and discover little-known neighbourhoods in Montréal.
Daphne was admitted to the Barreau du Québec in 2020. She graduated from McGill University with a joint bachelor’s degree in civil law and common law in 2019 and completed her training at the École du Barreau that same year. In her last year at McGill, she completed a semester at the École de droit de l’Université Paris II - Panthéon Assas, during which she deepened her knowledge of commercial law and European competition law.