Stéphanie Roy has been a member of the Barreau since 2011 and has worked as a lawyer in insurance law and civil liability until 2013. Wishing to contribute to the development of knowledge about the current environmental crisis, she subsequently completed a Master’s degree in law, specializing in the environment, at McGill University in 2015. His thesis, entitled The distribution of risks related to the exploitation of hydrocarbons of Old Harry: study of the responsibility in the event of a spill, moreover has won the Michel-Robert Prize and will be published by Éditions Yvon Blais.

She is currently a doctoral candidate in administrative and environmental law at Université Laval, under the direction of Professor Pierre Lemieux. The subject of her research is the judicial review of the administrative acts of the Administration in environmental matters. Stéphanie is also a member of the Canada Research Chair in Environmental Law and an associate researcher with McGill’s Economics for the Anthropocene project.