Expertise : aboriginal and constitutional law
T 418 275-2472
F 418 275-6878
Hotline: 581 826-2554
A Wolastoqey woman and a proud member of the Madawaska Maliseet First Nation, Me Noémie Cimon grew up in her community before pursuing her studies in Quebec City. She holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from Université Laval and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2022. Me Cimon practises Aboriginal and constitutional law as part of the Indigenous Group at our Roberval office, where she focuses on First Nations governance and Aboriginal rights.
Perfectly bilingual in French and English, Me Cimon is renowned for her warm and collaborative approach with her team members, as well as her attentive and politically aware attitude towards her clients’ needs. Her remarkable ability to find alternative solutions for her clients and anticipate their projects is highly appreciated.
Endowed with excellent interpersonal skills, Me Cimon is a great listener, and always remains composed and sensitive to the issues faced by her clients. She is also mindful of their macro goals, leading her to provide comprehensive advice with a broad perspective.
Assistant: Karine Siméon
- Aboriginal and constitutional law (aboriginal rights, First Nations governance, comprehensive land claims and specific claims)
- LL.B., Université Laval (2021)
- Teaching assistant, Faculty of Law, Université Laval, Québec (2021)