Lawyer - Montréal
Julie Paré is a lawyer at Langlois Lawyers. She practises in the areas of Aboriginal law, constitutional law, administrative law and education law. More specifically, she has developed comprehensive expertise with regard to the recognition of Aboriginal and treaty rights, environmental protection, sustainable socioeconomic development and education.
She represents Aboriginal governments and organizations in matters of governance and internal policies, drafting of local regulations, negotiation of agreements, consultation processes as well as the implementation of Aboriginal and treaty rights.
Julie took part in many negotiations with various levels of government regarding the implementation of treaties and agreements designed to ensure the recognition of the right to self-government. She also participated in negotiations with respect to the co-management of land use and environmental protection, sustainable economic development, natural resources management, access to private property, and prioritization and training of local labour force.
Furthermore, Julie has worked in the legal department of a school service centre where she developed expertise on education law and access to education for all. Her experience enables her to provide clients with a wider and practical perspective on education law in Quebec.
Specialized Graduate Diploma in Management, HEC Montréal, 2018
LL.B., Bachelor of Laws, UQAM, 2011
B.A. in International Relations and International Law, UQAM, 2009
Intergovernmental negotiations on treaty rights
Negotiations with public administrative entities and various provincial and federal ministries focused on ensuring the implementation of treaty rights, including modernizing the laws and regulations in the construction industry, the awarding of public contracts, the protection and management of wildlife habitats, the forestry industry and the economic development on designated lands.
Environmental conservation and protection
Participation, within the framework of the international objectives on conservation set out for 2020 in the Aichi Convention of Biological Diversity, in representations and negotiations with the relevant government and decision-making bodies to foster the development of protected areas designed to ensure the protection of 23% of the James Bay Eeyou Istchee territory.
Since 2019 – Director and Vice-President of the Comité régional d’éducation pour le développement international de Lanaudière (CRÉDIL)
2016-2018 – Member of the Comité sur le rayonnement international, Bar of Montreal
2013-2017 – Member of the Professional and Interprofessional Development Committee, Young Bar of Montreal
2013-2017 – Member of the Annual Convention and Gala Committee, Young Bar of Montreal
2013-2016 – Member of the Comité Haïti, Bar of Montreal