- Quebec Bar School (2012)
- University of Sherbrooke – Bachelor of Law (2011)
Me Roy completed a Bachelor of Law (LL.B.) degree at the University of Sherbrooke in 2011 and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2012.
Since the beginning of her practice, she has worked in private practice. During those years, she has developed expertise in family law and youth protection. Me Roy has joined Lavin Gosselin avocats inc. in 2018, where she mainly focuses her practice on family law, youth protection, personal and civil law, and settlement of estates.
Me Roy accompanies her clients both in a litigation process and in an agreement negotiation process, always thinking of finding the best negotiated solution in their case. Indeed, Me Roy is convinced that when it comes to human relations, we must not only think about the litigation process, but also the relationships that will have to continue thereafter. Me Roy is rigorous and organized, and seeks to terminate her mandates as quickly and efficiently as possible
FIELDS OF LAW
- Youth Protection
- Civil and commercial
- Support for Small Claims
Me Roy has, on a volunteer basis, published an article on family mediation in the context of conjugal violence in Alice Desmarais’ newspaper Les Voix d’Alice.
Me Roy takes her community involvement to heart. So since the beginning of her practice she involved herself with various organizations in her community, such as Entre’Elles and Alice Desmarais. She also sits on the Board of Directors of the Caisse Desjardins Granby-Haute-Yamaska and is a member of the Executive Council of that organization.