Called to the Quebec Bar in 1999, Magalie has provided legal counsel to her clients in many different fields while working in a private law firm, namely labour, civil and commercial law. She also held the position of Human Resources and Labour Relations Manager. In this capacity, she set up a labour relations and attendance management department within an organization of over 7,000 employees. She also acted as Human Resources Director in both the public and the private sectors. Finally, Magalie worked as a Human Resources Consultant and was involved in dispute management, internal inquiry and mediation.
Today, Magalie advises her clients on dispute prevention and management measures as well as on labour law issues. She is called upon, on a regular basis, to conduct investigations in matters of psychological harassment, violence and/or misconduct and performs work climate diagnosis. She also provides coaching to her clients in dispute management and offers training sessions regarding various workplace issues.
As member of the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec (IMAQ), Magalie also provides mediation services. She is also a member of the Investigation Unit of the Office of the Sport Integrity Commissioner.
Amanda holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Montreal, from where she graduated in 2019. Prior to undertaking her studies in law, she completed a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at Concordia University where she graduated with honours and distinction.
Passionate about human rights, racial equality, and gender equality, Amanda volunteered with an organization whose mandate is to promote racial equality and combat racism in Canada as well as with an organization that offers services to promote gender equality and sensitize the community to issues of exclusion, social and gender inequality as well as all forms of violence against women.
Amanda began her career at the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse where she represented victims of discrimination, particularly in the workplace. She continued her practice in a firm where she advised and represented a diverse clientele before the courts.
Since her arrival at the firm Humanilex services conseils, Amanda works on mandates investigating allegations of psychological or sexual harassment as well as matters of misconduct in the workplace. She is also involved in mandates aimed at preventing disputes and improving workplace climate and labour relations.
Stéphanie holds a bachelor’s degree in law and a bachelor’s degree in international relations and international law, both awarded with honours. During her studies, Stéphanie worked with refugees and homeless people in Québec and abroad, which enhanced her sensitivity and allowed her to gain excellent communicational skills. Passionate about human rights, Stéphanie then completed a master's degree in international law at University of London. Called to the Québec Bar in 2017, Stéphanie began her career as a law clerk to a judge at the Federal Court of Appeal. Stéphanie then worked as an Investigator for the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, where she travelled in Europe and Africa to investigate allegations of psychological and sexual harassment in the workplace, sexual exploitation as well as abuse, fraud, and corrupt practices from the Organization’s personnel and vendors.
Since joining HumaniLex, Stéphanie conducts investigations into allegations of psychological and sexual harassment, discrimination, and workplace violence in Québec and Ontario. She is also involved in workplace climate assessments, internal policy reviews, training and legal advice in all fields relating to labour and employment law. Fluent in French, English and Italian, Stéphanie is driven by complex legal questions and new challenges.
Mariève holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Sherbrooke since 2019. After completing the Quebec Bar’s professional training program, she began a career in firms where she supported and represented a diverse clientele before the courts. Mariève chose to expand her expertise by exploring other disciplines related to law. Therefore, she is currently pursuing university studies in criminology at the University of Montreal due to her marked interest for human dynamics and legislative frameworks.
Since joining HumaniLex Services conseils as a lawyer, Mariève has been frequently involved in investigations related to psychological or sexual harassment in the workplace, violence or misconduct in the workplace, workplace climate assessments, and labour relation issues.
Samira Gué holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Montreal. She completed her Bar internship in 2021 at the Commission des normes, de l’équité, de la santé et sécurité au travail particularly in work health and safety cases.
Passionate about human rights law and especially social equity, she volunteered with an organization supporting people with disabilities who are victims of discrimination.
Since her arrival at the firm Humanilex services conseils, Samira works on mandates investigating allegations of psychological or sexual harassment as well as matters of misconduct in the workplace. She is also involved in mandates aimed at preventing disputes and improving workplace climate and labour relations.