2009 , Droit , Université de Montréal (Canada)
1991 , Droit , Université Harvard (États-Unis)
1986 , Droit , Université de Montréal (Canada)
Professor Martine Valois is a graduate of the Université de Montréal’s Faculty of Law (LL.B. 1996 and LL.D. 2010) and of Harvard University (LL.M. 1991) and has been a member of the Barreau du Québec since 1988.
After starting her career in private practice, Professor Valois worked in governmental administration until 2011, when she joined the ranks at Université de Montréal. She specializes in administrative law and has a particular interest in modern state institutions. She is the author of L’indépendance judiciaire. La justice entre droit et gouvernement (Éditions Thémis/Schulthess, 2011). This publication was awarded the 2012 Walter Owen Prize by the Canadian Bar Association and was translated into English as Judicial Independence: Keeping Law at a Distance From Politics (Markham, Ontario: LexisNexis, 2013). This prize is awarded in acknowledgement of excellence in legal writing and exceptional new contributions to Canadian legal doctrine. Professor Valois is moreover the co-author of a research report on the independence of administrative justice in Quebec, entitled, La justice administrative: entre indépendance et responsabilité, Jalons pour la création d'un régime commun des décideurs administratifs indépendants. Martine Valois has acted as Principal Drafting Advisor to the Commission of Inquiry on the nomination process of judges in Quebec. She regularly provides the media with commentary on the work of the Commission of Inquiry on the awarding and management of public contracts in the construction industry.
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Cycle : Master's
Grade : LL. M.
- Administrative law
- Organization of the State
- Judicial independence and independence of administrative tribunals
- Sociology of law
- History of law
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