Amanda practices in the commercial disputes group. She is also a member of the Appellate and Public Law practice group.
Amanda represents and advises a variety of clients before all levels of courts in complex civil, commercial and public law disputes, including class actions, administrative, constitutional and human rights law cases. She also acts in recognition and enforcement matters, including enforcement of arbitral awards under the New York and Washington Conventions.
Amanda’s litigation and arbitration practice is transnational and spans several industries, including broadcasting and telecommunications, financial services, aerospace, infrastructure, consumer products and entertainment.
Before joining BLG, Amanda served as a law clerk at the Québec Court of Appeal for the Honourable Nicole Duval Hesler, then Chief Justice and the Honourable Guy Cournoyer.
Amanda is legally trained in the civil law and common law systems. After four years of combined study, she earned a dual J.D./LL.B. (Civil) respectively from Osgoode Hall Law School and the Université de Montréal, Faculté de Droit. She is fluent in French, English and Arabic.