Title : Lawyer Year of call : 2021

Expertise : aboriginal and constitutional law

Hotline: 367 777-0819

Audrey Poirier is a native of Quebec City and holds dual citizenship in Canada and the United States. She chose to practise law to devote herself exclusively to Indigenous law. More specifically, she specialises in ancestral rights and specific claims, and deals with files concerning First Nations governance, as well as the negotiation of constitutional and administrative agreements.

A member of the Quebec Bar since 2021, Me Poirier holds a bachelor's degree in law from Université de Sherbrooke and completed an internship in Indigenous law in Calgary.

Me Poirier stands out for her efficiency, her ability to work as a team and her open-mindedness. Her high energy and unyielding dedication are greatly appreciated by her clients and colleagues. Close to the communities she works with, Me Poirier consistently attends social and cultural events to build and maintain relationships in the community. In addition, to keep in touch and remain accessible, she travels extensively between regions. Positive and always in a good mood, Me Poirier is also known for her perseverance, her curiosity, and her empathy.

An avid hiker, wilderness camper and canoeist, Me Poirier also practices yoga and volleyball. Tied to her legal practice, she is deeply concerned by the issues that affect First Nations, the environment, and equality.

Assistant: Valérie St-Pierre, Alexandra Bisson


  • Aboriginal and constitutional law (aboriginal rights, First Nations governance, comprehensive land claims and specific claims, negotiation of constitutional and administrative agreements)


  • LL.B., Université de Sherbrooke (2020)

Professional experience

  • Cain Lamarre, Québec (since 2021)