Thuy Nam Tran Tran, LL. M. 2012
Property law, patrimonial family law
Me Thuy Nam Tran Tran earned a degree in French notary in Québec. She holds two master’s degrees in law, the first in Erasmus private law from Université Paris XII and Leiden University, Netherlands (1999), and the second in comparative law from McGill University (2002). As a researcher at the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law, she collaborated on the writing of dictionaries on obligations and property laws, as well as family law. She was invited as a guest speaker in Europe and South America, and was also a lecturer at Université de Sherbrooke, Université de Montréal, and Université du Québec à Montréal (law on successions, matrimonial property law, rights of individuals and families, property law, insurance law, and legal drafting). In addition, she contributes writing to JurisClasseur, Droit civil, Québec (Lexis Nexis). Her areas of interest are patrimonial family law, sociology of the family, comparative law, and notary issues.