Roxane Nadeau practices primarily in the areas of municipal, environmental and energy law. Prior to joining Miller Thomson, Roxane began her legal career in the litigation department of a large municipality, first as an articling student and then as a litigation lawyer.
During her law studies, Roxane distinguished herself by her community involvement. She has notably volunteered for the National Student Pro Bono Network, for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Quebec and for Juripop’s Urban Lawyers project. She has participated in legal clinics focusing on human rights and professional mobility law.
During her university studies, she also interned with a Superior Court judge.
Roxane received her law degree from the University of Montréal where she is currently pursuing a Juris Doctor in North American Common Law. She was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2020.
While working as a lawyer in the legal department of a large municipality, Roxane notably gained experience in municipal law and litigation.
- “Private Nuisances” training sessions, Quebec Business Council On the Environment, presented in collaboration with Adina Georgescu, February 15 and 22
- Secretary of the Quebec Chapter, Canadian Property Tax Association
- Young Bar of Montréal
Bar admissions & education
- Quebec Bar, 2020
- Juris Doctor in American common law (in progress)
- Bachelor of Laws, University of Montréal, 2019
- Exchange student at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Valparaíso, Chile, 2018