Title : Lawyer Year of call : 2017

Expertise : personal and family law | aboriginal and constitutional law

Hotline: 873 381-2052

Admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2017, Me Camille Striganuk specializes in youth protection for the North team. With a certificate in communication marketing from Université du Québec à Montréal and a bachelor’s degree in law from Université Laval, Me Striganuk possesses extensive experience in criminal law and a profound understanding of youth protection, health, and social services in Inuit communities.

What truly sets Me Striganuk’s apart is her life experience. Having lived in Nunavik on the Ungava Bay for four years, where she worked for the Youth Protection Department, Me Striganuk has acquired in-depth knowledge of Indigenous culture and realities. Me Striganuk is known for her competence, dedication, cultural sensitivity, effective communication, and remarkable team spirit.

During her many travels, Me Striganuk has actively been engaged with international organizations dedicated to providing access to education for children and the protection of the environment. Aside from her practice, Me Striganuk has been alpine skiing all her life, and enjoys yoga and mountain biking.

Assistants: Stéphanie Lemieux-Lafrenière, Véronique Brassard, Julie Mc Dermott et Nancy Paradis


  • Personal and family law (youth protection)
  • Aboriginal and constitutional law


  • LL.B., Université Laval, (2016)

Professional experience

  • Student, articling student and lawyer, Michon Avocat, Granby (2015 to 2018)
  • Human Relations Officer and Development Officer, Ungava Tulattavik Health Center - Youth Protection (2018 to 2022)

Associations, committees, boards

  • Vice-President of the business law committee at Université de Laval (2015-2016)
  • Legal Information Office, Université Laval (2013 to 2015)