Julie-Anne Pariseau

Senior Associate

Julie-Anne Pariseau has a diversified practice in line with the many environmental issues that face business organizations, governmental bodies, First Nations groups, as well as citizens in Québec and across Canada.

She has an in-depth understanding of environmental law in Québec and Canada, including issues dealing with:

  • environmental authorizations
  • climate change
  • managing contaminated lands
  • public consultations related to major development projects

She advises clients on compliance matters, as well as on their environmental and regulatory obligations in connection with major projects having an impact on natural resources.

Julie-Anne has expertise in handling environmental issues that may arise in the course of commercial and real estate transactions, including the drafting and negotiation of contracts, as well as participation in the due diligence process.

In Indigenous law, Julie-Anne has developed an expertise in the negotiation of Impact and Benefit Agreements (IBAs) and she works closely with her clients to meet their particular needs, especially as regards consultation processes and accommodations. She handles the transactional aspects of partnerships created with indigenous communities in the fields of renewable energy, electricity and mining.

Julie-Anne also advises her clients on all aspects of their lobbying activities across Canada.

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Professional Involvement

  • Member, Law Society of Ontario
  • Member, Barreau du Québec

Bar Admission & Education

  • Ontario, 2017
  • Québec, 2010
  • LLM, Osgoode Hall Law School, 2016
  • LLB, Université de Montréal, 2009