Holding a Bachelor’s degree in civil law and a Master’s degree in common law and transnational law, Anne-Julie Asselin also holds a degree in public affairs and international relations, concentration in public policy and environment. After a one-year internship at the Supreme Court of Canada as a law clerk with the judge Richard Wagner in 2014-2015, she joined Trudel Johnston & Lespérance, a firm specializing in class actions and public interest litigation. . She practices in the areas of environmental law and human rights and freedoms. His master’s thesis titled “A Comparative Study of Environmental Law Class Action Authorization Mechanisms in Quebec and the Common Law Provinces of Canada” earned him the La Personnelle scholarship awarded to the student who submitted the best essay in a master degree program in law.