The internship race may be over, but the winners keep coming!
Some readers of Droit-inc have also noticed this: our previous text did not include certain large law firms.
Here are some new winners.
Beauvais Truchon Lawyers
Office made in Quebecwhich has a labor law and litigation team, recruited three interns: Samuel Fecteaufrom the University of Sherbrooke, Noemie Trottier and Magalie Lambertfrom Laval University.
Brais & associates
The firm specializing in family law and related litigation has recruited two interns for 2023 and 2024: Sophie Gioiafrom the University of Ottawa, and Emily Higginsfrom the University of Sherbrooke.
The large firm, which has offices across Canada, has recruited eight interns for 2024: Florence Bourquefrom the University of Sherbrooke, Simon Rollat, Naomi Barney Purdie and Jamélie Renaud Steppanfrom McGill University, Matias Guerrafrom the University of Ottawa, Grace Manuela Nguebou and Justin B. Allardfrom the University of Montreal, and Lily Dubrovskyfrom the University of British Columbia / University of Ottawa.
Clyde & Co
The Montreal office of Clyde & Co recruited four interns, including two from UQAM: Marie-Noel Bigrasfrom the University of Montreal, Sarah-Jade Bilodeaufrom the University of Sherbrooke, and Catherine Gascon-David and Chakameh Ghodoussifrom UQAM.
Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg
Davies, which practices business law nationally and internationally, hosted 15 interns: Noa Bettan, Jamie Cowan, Marie-Sophie Dromer, Dahlia Hodge, Andréanne Labonté, Julien Morin, Julia Munteanu and Zoha Vaseghifrom the University of Montreal, Arnaud Desjardinsfrom Laval University, Aaron Gao, Simon Hamel-Genest, Andrew Harder, Aria Barin Khiabani, Hannah Kirstein and Adam Waitzerfrom McGill University.
Guess Schachter Polak
The firm specializing in matrimonial and family law, founded in 2000, is recruiting a few interns for 2022 and 2024: Emma Fishman, Emilie Say and Karine Deschenesfrom the University of Montreal, and Sophie Anne Royfrom the University of Ottawa.
The firm Dentons has collected a skewer of nine students: David Blain and Charles Girouxfrom the University of Sherbrooke, Chloe Bourque, Justin Hamzo, Tahmina Hussainyar and Rayenne Rezkallahfrom the University of Montreal, Emilie-Anne Lerouxfrom UQAM, Jerome Minvillefrom Laval University, and Edward Southwardfrom the University of Ottawa.
McMillan has retained five interns at its Montreal office for 2023 and 2024: Eva Langrais and Nadya Goorachurnfrom McGill University, Olivia Vadacchino, Alexandrina Boboc and Marissa Kyresfrom the University of Montreal.
The large firm, which has several offices in Canada, as well as in London and New York, has selected no less than 25 interns: Anita Badaku-Kpalley, Frédéric Lafond, Gabrielle Beetz, Julia Buggé, Kevin Gao, Raphaël Brouillette and Rayan Ghantousfrom the University of Montreal, Antoine M. Messervier, Catherine LaRose and Joseph Gagnonfrom Laval University, Archanah Thurairatnam, Audrey Poulin, Brianna Ardis-Bernhardt, Christoph Ivancic, Karolina Kasparov, Matthew Gallagher, Pierre Dushime, Ruo Lan Wang and Vincent Coutofrom McGill University, Beatrice Allard and Julia Anescufrom the University of Ottawa, Jing Songfrom UQAM, Lea Legars-Tousignant and Loic Turnerfrom the University of Sherbrooke.
Morency Law firm
The multidisciplinary firm has secured six interns at its Montreal office: Anna Pavsek, Anne-Julie Champagne and Cerine Barizfrom the University of Montreal, Yara StanomMcGill University, and Guillaume Gervais-Johnson and Shawn Woodman.
The leading business law firm that practices nationally and internationally has retained the services of Michelle Dorey and D’Antoine Lefebvrethe University of Montreal, Sebastian Duckett and of Yanni StavrakisMcGill University, and Philippe-H. N’Djore-Ackafrom Laval University.
The international firm has recruited no less than 15 interns: Alexandre Perron, Anna Arapovic, Bassel Mallouh, Danielle Maor, Emmanuelle Bandia, Jeanne Baril, Juliette Deck, Karianne Tremblay, Lamia Kaouass, Lara Bourgeois, Léa Dumais, Mariane Gagné, Rose-Marie Gaudet, Vinnie Wei Zhang and Yoann Le Guehennec.
The pan-Canadian firm, which also has an office in New York, has recruited Roxanne Beaucagefrom the University of Montreal, and Jean-Olivier Savoiefrom the University of Ottawa.
The century-old firm specializing in intellectual property has recruited six interns for the years 2023, 2024 and 2025: Ioana Gurau-Budeci and Charles-Etienne Levesquefrom the University of Ottawa, Sarah Desjardins and Lucie Tornierfrom the University of Montreal, Victor FaheyMcGill University, and Gabrielle Delaunaisfrom the University of Sherbrooke.