Claire R. Durocher is an associate with Miller Thomson’s Administrative Law Group and a member of the Environmental Law team. Claire defends clients before civil and penal courts and administrative tribunals in matters relating to the environment, land use planning, public contracting and other administrative issues, including access to information at the provincial and federal level.
Claire also advises and represents clients on environmental and regulatory matters, including on issues relating to residual waste, construction, transportation and natural resources.
Claire is developing an expertise on issues relating to integrity in public contracting and the authorization process with the Autorité des marchés financiers.
Professional achievements & leadership
- Laskin Moot 2013, Oralist, Second Place
- ”Encadrement des contrats publics au Québec : démystifier l’Autorité des marchés publics”, Miller Thomson 2019 Construction Law seminar Textbook, March 2019
- ”Beauregard c. Groupe CRH Canada : Attention aux nuisances à l’extérieur du chantier !”, Journal Constructo, article written with Anne-Frédérique Bourret, April 27, 2018
- ”Construction en milieux humides : Quels sont les risques ?”, Journal Constructo, article written with Anne-Frédérique Bourret, January 18, 2018
- ”Major Changes to Public Sector Procurement in Québec”, Breaking Ground: MT Construction Law, article written with Lampros Stougiannos, January 15, 2018
- ”Québec Hints at Private Sector Retail and Distribution Framework for Cannabis”, Environotes!, May 30, 2017
- ”Québec Government Introduces Framework for Oil and Gas Exploration”, Environotes!, February 14, 2017
- ”Navigating Canada’s Federal and Provincial Climate Change Initiatives”, Environotes!, Special Edition: Climate Change Initiatives, November 2, 2016
Bar admissions & education
- Québec Bar, 2016
- J.D., Université de Montréal, ongoing
- LL.B., Université Laval, 2014
- Bachelor of Arts, McGill University, 2010