Expertise : aboriginal and constitutional law
T 418 275-2472
F 418 275-6878
Hotline: 581 217-3071
Me Dalia Mihai earned her Bachelor of Laws degree from the Université du Québec à Montréal and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2022. She currently practises law with the Aboriginal Group in the Roberval office, where she leverages her extensive knowledge of Aboriginal and constitutional law to advise on matters related to Aboriginal rights, First Nations governance, treaty negotiations, constitutional agreements, as well as land and specific claims.
During her studies, Me Mihai was responsible for conducting research at the UQAM Legal Clinic and actively participated in several pro bono projects. Her increasing involvement, coupled with her role as President of the Association des étudiant.es en droit de l'UQAM (UQAM’s Law Students Association), led her to the National Assembly of Quebec, where she contributed to the Parliamentary Commission on Bill 75, a bill aimed at improving the accessibility and efficiency of justice.
Me Mihai is a dedicated, passionate, and motivated legal professional who is always willing to go the extra mile. Her interests outside of work include comedy, improvisation, theatre, cooking, good wine, hiking in the woods, and spinning. She is particularly sensitive to the cause of promoting accessibility to justice for all.
Assistant : Karine Siméon
- Aboriginal and constitutional law (aboriginal rights, impacts and benefits agreements, First Nations governance, negotiation of treaties and other agreements, comprehensive land claims and specific claims)
- LL.B., Université du Québec à Montréal (2021)
- Cain Lamarre, Québec (2022 to present)
- DeGranpré Jolicoeur, Montréal (2020 to 2021)