Five new judges join Superior Court of Quebec

She wrote several books and articles on civil proceedings and evidence, comparative law, and class action law. She was actively involved as a researcher in the reform of class action law in Ontario and Quebec and has been a visiting professor at several European universities. In recent years, she sat on the Federal Court’s rules committee and was elected as a board member of the International Association of Procedural Law.

She obtained her Bachelor of Civil Law and Common Law degrees from the University of Ottawa and Dalhousie University. She also holds masters and doctorate degrees from New York University and McGill University.

Roberge is a former partner at McCarthy Tétrault in Montreal. He replaces Justice Marc St-Pierre, who chose to become a supernumerary judge in May.

He was part of the firm’s litigation group and specialized in professional liability, health law, disciplinary law, class actions, and environmental law. He was also an accredited mediator.

He was actively involved in several committees of the Barreau du Québec, the Bar of Montreal, and the Canadian Bar Association, particularly in professional ethics matters. He is committed to legal education, having published articles and lectured on various topics, such as expert evidence, civil procedure, and negotiation techniques.