Miranda Ciavaglia

2020 / 2021 Articling Student | Montréal

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Portrait of Miranda Ciavaglia

Overview

After beginning her educational career in the science stream, Miranda earned a Bachelor of Science with a major in Psychology from McGill University. Her training gave her a methodological and analytical approach to problem solving. She learned how to question and understand the biological and social branches of human behaviour.

Miranda pursued her education at the University of Montréal in Law and earned her LL.B and J.D. Her background proved useful to help her succeed in this new field and bring a fresh perspective and application of her learning to her legal studies.

Throughout her studies, Miranda worked in Investment Operations at the National Bank of Canada, where she dealt with the management of physical securities. This experience taught her the brokerage side of trading and investments. She was in charge of analyzing reconciliation reports and conducting regulatory follow-ups with partners and other entities. She was exposed to several legal aspects in her work, an experience that sparked her curiosity for corporate and securities law in particular.

Teamwork has always been a core value for Miranda, one which she fostered through her lifelong passion and participation in soccer. She quickly learned the value of discipline, commitment and hard work in attaining goals. Working with others to succeed has become an innate work ethic that she utilizes in various areas of her life.

After recently acquiring a Certificate in Chinese Law at the China University of Political Science and Law, Miranda gained a new outlook on how different cultures approach the law. She hopes her love for travelling and experiencing new cultures can continue to bring a unique perspective to her practice of the law.

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On May 13, 2021, the Quebec Government tabled An Act respecting French, the official and common language of Québec (“Bill 96”) in Quebec’s National Assembly. The purpose of Bill 96 is to “affirm that the only official language of Québec...

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