Title : Lawyer Year of call : 2021

Expertise : aboriginal and constitutional law

Hotline: 367 777-0819

Originally from Quebec City, Audrey Poirier is a bilingual lawyer with Canadian-American citizenship. Working mostly on Aboriginal and treaty rights cases, consultation and specific claims, she also deals with governance and negotiations of intergovernmental agreements and economic development.

A member of the Quebec Bar since 2021, Me Poirier holds a bachelor's degree in civil law, co-operative program from Université de Sherbrooke.

Me Poirier stands out for her efficiency, her teamwork, and her open-mindedness. Her energy and availability are highly appreciated by her clients and colleagues. Close to the communities with which she works, Me Poirier systematically attends social and cultural events and constantly seeks to better understand the communities she meets. Dedicated, Me Poirier is also known for her perseverance, curiosity, as well as creativity.

An avid fan of wild camping, mycology, herbology and canoeing, Me Poirier loves fishing and is an avid researcher and collector of agates. Linked to her legal practice, issues affecting First Nations, the environment and equality go straight to her heart.

Assistant: Cynthia Beaulieu


  • 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

  • Student, Association des juristes d’expression française de la Saskatchewan, Saskatchewan (2020) 
  • Student, Maurice Law, Calgary (2020) 
  • Research Assistant, Université de Sherbrooke (2020) 
  • Student, Cain Lamarre, Roberval (2018-2019) 
  • Student, Pro Bono Students Canada, Sherbrooke (2017-2018) 


  • Young Canada Works recipient (2020)