is an associate in Gowling WLG’s Montreal office. Patrick holds a bachelor’s degree in civil law from the University of Montreal and a juris doctor from Osgoode Hall Law School (York University) in Ontario. Throughout his studies, he has been involved in many pro bono projects. He has been nominated for the Chief Justice Richard Wagner Access to Justice Award for his work at the Advocacy Centre for the Elderly. Having a strong interest in politics and international relations, he co-founded the Comité Droit et Politique within the University of Montreal's law faculty. He also studied Chinese law at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing. Before joining the Gowling WLG team, he worked at a multinational aerospace company. He has also been very involved in the Royal Canadian Air Cadets movement.
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