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About Geneviève Lay

Geneviève Lay is a lawyer at Norton Rose working in the areas of employment and labour law, particularly the interpretation and application of collective agreements and contracts of employment, occupational health and safety, and grievance arbitration. During her law studies, Ms. Lay clerked for the Honourable Marc de Wever and the Honourable Marie St-Pierre of the Quebec Superior Court. She was also director of community services for the McGill Legal Information Clinic. Ms. Lay is co-editor and contributor to the Quebec Labour Law blog at

Posts by Geneviève Lay

Internships and Wages

When Every Word Counts

Foreign Lawsuits to Fund Access to Justice?

Yahoo Calls in Its Telecommuters

Law School vs. Lawyer School

Technology Predictions

Facebook v. Your Real Name

Ban on a Public Nativity Scene

Discrimination in the EU

The Interpretation of a Language

A Trade: Shares for Rights?


Women in Law

Judges and Blogging

When Being Pregnant Is Still Newsworthy

Assisted-Dying Elsewhere

The Use, Misuse and Non-Use of Twitter

Only Lawyers Shall Do the Lawyering

Quebec vs. Ottawa

Another Back to Work Legislation

And the Language Debate Continues

Love Contracts

Right-to-Work Legislation

Money Money Money

Hockey and Language