Zoé
Robidoux

Title : Lawyer Year of call : 2022

Expertise : aboriginal and constitutional law

Hotline: 873 381-2069

Called to the Québec Bar in 2022, Me Zoé Robidoux holds a Bachelor of Civil Law and a Bachelor of Common Law from McGill University. Her practice is centered on aboriginal and constitutional law.

Me Robidoux participates in the elaboration of agreements between First Nations and industry proponents and is involved in cases related to ancestral rights, Indigenous governance as well as the negotiation of constitutional and administrative agreements.

Perfectly bilingual, Me Robidoux enjoys tackling complex issues while taking into account different perspectives. Curious and empathetic, she is efficient and is a team player.

Me Robidoux has been an equestrian since childhood. This sport has taught her the value of sustained and consistent effort, which she applies to her work ethic in everything she does. 

In her free time, if she is not at the barn, Me Robidoux enjoys learning more about Québec and Canadian politics. Closely linked to the causes she works on, Me Robidoux is committed to reconciliation with Indigenous peoples and the fight against racism.

Assistant: Marie-Ève Gibson

Expertise

  • Aboriginal and constitutional law (aboriginal rights, impacts and benefits agreements, First Nations governance, negotiation of constitutional and administrative agreements)

Education

  • LL.B., Université McGill (2021)
  • Juris Doctor, Université McGill (2021)

Professional experience

  • Articling student, Cain Lamarre, Val-d'Or (2022)
  • Law student, Cain Lamarre, Val-d'Or (2021)
  • Guide-Interpretere, Archaeological Site Interpretation center Droulers / Tsiionhiakwatha, St-Anicet (2018 to 2020)

Associations, committees, boards

  • Caseworker, Legal Information Clinic at McGill (2020-2021)
  • Co-Captain, McGill Equestrian Team (2019-2020)
  • Secretary, Ontario Collegiate Equestrian Association (2019-2020)