Karine Nadeau-Léveillé has completed her law degree at the University of Montreal in 2014.
During her studies, Karine worked as a researcher in Labour Law and completed her internship in this field.
Karine has participated closely in grievance arbitrations, as well as various litigations before the Tribunal administratif du travail (the new Labour Relations Board) and the Common Law courts. She has also written texts in support of international conferences pertaining to Labour Law and a lecturer on grievance arbitration.
During her Bachelor of law, Karine conducted an internship with judges of the Superior Court of Quebec.
Following her admission to the Quebec Bar, Karine joined Loranger Marcoux LLP in 2015. In her practice, she deals with all aspects of Labour and Employment Law.
She represents employers under different instances, particularly in grievance arbitration before the Labour Relations Board and before the civil courts.