Ms. Bourassa is a member of the Quebec Bar, the Law Society of Upper Canada and of the Law Society of Saskatchewan (voluntary inactive status). She practiced law in Canada for several years, mostly in Quebec. In Canada, she worked on civil mass actions representing plaintiffs in the Canadian Indian Residential Schools’ cases involving aboriginal students alleging physical and sexual abuse. She is fluent in French.
LL.M. Université de Sherbrooke
LL.B. Université du Québec à Montréal
LL.B. Dalhousie Law School
New York, California (voluntary inactive status)