Pauline Blais, Student-At-Law
Pauline joined Sharek & Co. in March, 2016 and officially became a Student-at-Law on April 22, 2016.
Pauline originates from Saint-Hippolyte le Graveyron, a tiny little village in the south of France.
After having completed 2 years of French Civil Law Pauline decided to explore Canada though a one year exchange program between the Université d'Avignon (France) and the Université de Moncton (New-Brunswick).
Becoming passionate about the Common Law system she decided to stay to complete the Juris Doctor program. She then moved to Alberta for the sunny weather.
During her studies at the Université de Moncton Pauline was chosen to participate in Laskin moot, a national level competition in Canadian administrative and constitutional law.
Pauline will spend her articling learning and gaining experience in every area of law offered by Sharek & Co, but with a particular interest in commercial and family law.
Genuinely concerned about others problems, you will find Pauline to be an attentive and helping person. Like Albert Einstein said: "A problem without solution is a poorly stated problem".
Outside of the office, Pauline spends her free time cooking. But she also loves outside activities and plans to get back to horse riding. In addition, Pauline enjoys swimming and most of all, bothering her fiancée.
Université d'Avignon - Licence en droit civil - 2010-2013
Université de Moncton - Juris Doctor - 2012-2015