Caroline Jodoin practises in all areas of employment and labour law. She assists clients and colleagues in analyzing a broad range of legal matters, including interpreting and applying collective agreements and employment contracts, the application of disciplinary measures, labour standards, human rights, psychological harassment, occupational health and safety and possible remedies before the courts, administrative bodies and grievance arbitrators.
While at university, Ms. Jodoin served as a teaching assistant at the faculty of law of Université de Sherbrooke and was, among other things, active in Pro Bono Students Canada.
Ms. Jodoin completed co-op internships at our Montréal office in the summer of 2011 and the winter of 2012. She also completed a co-op internship at GardaWorld in the fall of 2012 as a member of that company’s labour relations and human resources team.
LL.B., Université de Sherbrooke, 2013
M.B.A., Université de Sherbrooke, 2013
Memberships and activities
- Young Bar Association of Montreal
- Jeune chambre de commerce de Montréal
- Organizing committee, La Classique des Parrains, Édition 2015, Jeune Chambre de commerce de Montréal
Join us as we review and discuss developments that occurred in employment and labour law in 2015, the issues they raise and their scope..
SeminarFebruary 18, 2016 | Montreal, QC, Canada
In a November 2016 decision, Mtre. Denis Gagnon, grievance arbitrator, rejected a union’s claim that employees on paternity leave were victims of discrimination based on sex and civil status because they were treated differently from employees on maternity leave or adoption leave..
April 28, 2017