Alexandra R. Lattion focuses on civil litigation, employment law and commercial litigation. Her diverse practice includes complex litigation cases, class actions, consumer law, construction law, actions related to the termination of senior managers and oﬃcers, seizures and injunctions, access to information and professional liability.
She holds a bachelor’s degree (with honors) in French Studies from the University of Montreal and graduated from McGill University Faculty of Law in 2012, holding both civil law and common law degrees. During her law studies, Ms. Lattion served as Director of Research and a member of the Board of Directors of the Legal Information Clinic at McGill. In addition, she was a teaching assistant for the first-year constitutional law class, worked as a research assistant and interned at the Quebec Consumer Protection Office. She has volunteered with several organizations, such as Lawyers Without Borders and Pro Bono Canada.