Called to the Quebec Bar in 1999, Magalie provided legal counsel to her clients in many different fields while working in a private law firm, namely labour law, and civil and commercial law. She also held a 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 or misconduct and work climate diagnosis. She also provides coaching to her clients in dispute management and offers a variety of training courses 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 Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada.
Yédam joined the HumaniLex Consulting Services team in August 2020 as a lawyer. Since his arrival at the firm, he works regularly in mandates investigating psychological or sexual harassment allegations, and in mandates analyzing work climates or labour relations. His practice also leads him to advise his clients in all areas relating to labour and employment law.
Yédam holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Montreal since 2017. After articling in 2018 at the largest independent law firm in Quebec, Yédam began his practice at a firm specializing in labour and employment law, where he carried out various mandates for SMEs, school boards and municipalities. Before pursuing his studies in law, Yédam obtained a bachelor's degree in philosophy and history from McGill University.
Catherine holds a Bachelor of Law degree from the University of Montreal, from which she graduated in 2018. Due to her marked interest for human dynamics and legislative frameworks, she also obtained certificates in criminology and in victimology from the same university. After articling, Catherine joined HumaniLex Consulting Services’ team.
Since her arrival at the firm, she regularly intervenes in mandates investigating allegations of psychological or sexual harassment, violence or misconduct in the workplace, as well as mandates related to work climate diagnosis and workplace dispute prevention and resolution.