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A Croatian native, Me Marya Repac joined Cain Lamarre’s Montreal office in 2018 after completing her articling internship. She earned a bachelor's degree in law from Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), where she graduated with honours in 2016. She is currently pursuing a master's degree in intellectual property law at Osgoode School of Law (York University, Toronto). Prior to studying law, Marya obtained Specialized Honours B.A. degree in English Literature from Glendon College (York University, Toronto) as well as a Master’s degree in the same field from Concordia University (Montreal).
Marya's practice focuses on intellectual property law (copyright, trademarks, entertainment law), information technology law and business law (corporate and transactional) for clients in the field of arts, culture, video games, software development, AI and new technologies.
In addition to her legal practice, since 2020, Me Repac has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Quebec literary magazine Les Écrits and she gladly welcomes all your suggestions for must-read books, unmissable theater plays and mind-blowing music!
Assistant: Nathalie Lebreton
- Intellectual property law (copyright, trademark, entertainment, arts and information technology law)
- Business law
- Transactional law
- Master of Intellectual Property Law, Osgoode School of Law, York University (2024)
- LL.B., Université du Québec à Montréal (2016)
- Cain Lamarre, Montreal (2017 to present)
Lecturing, conferences, publications
- Intellectual property law workshop for student-entrepreneurs in HEC's EntrePRISM program (2021 and 2022)
- Article published in BOMA Québec avec Me Élise Veillette «Un locateur peut-il interdire les activités reliées au cannabis dans son immeuble?» (2017)
- Graduated with distinction L.L.B. Université du Québec à Montréal
- Member of the Dean’s Honour roll, Faculty of political science and law studies UQAM, Université du Québec à Montréal
- Recipient, Université du Québec à Montréal bursary awarded to the top student in Introduction to common law