Mrs. Sarah Campeau-Lortie practices mainly in the fields of labour and employment law, access to information and protection of personal information law and civil and administrative litigation.
During her bachelor degree, Mrs. Campeau-Lortie completed a one-year internship with two judges at the Superior Court of Québec. She also completed an internship with the Directeur des poursuites criminelles et pénales. Distinguished by her academic results, she found herself in the Honor roll of students at the Faculty of Law of the Université Laval.
During her university studies, Mrs. Campeau-Lortie was involved for two consecutive years as a Pro Bono student. She was also involved with the Legal Information Office of Université Laval. For the past two years, she has been a member of the legal committee of l’A-Droit, a non-profit community organization that assists individuals experiencing difficulties in defending their rights.
Finally, Mrs. Campeau-Lortie worked as a research assistant in administrative law for a professor at Université Laval.