Tatiana has over ten years of experience doing advocacy work with individuals and collaborating closely with community organizations to defend individual and collective rights.

In 2008, she worked as an external collaborator to the International Labour Organization (ILO), a specialized agency of the United Nations, on standard setting for decent work for domestic workers.

In 2009, Tatiana articled at the Canadian Office of Professional Employees Union-Quebec where she worked in the areas of worker’s compensation, labour relations, contracts, and organizational structures and policies.

In 2012 and 2013, she was an associate at Ouellet, Nadon, & Associates where she worked on family law and workers' compensation files.

Tatiana teaches immigration law at Vanier College and the University of British Columbia.

Year of Call: Barreau du Québec, 2010


Bachelor in Civil Law (BCL), McGill University, 2008
Bachelor in Common Law (LLB), McGill University, 2008
Graduate Diploma in Community Economic Development, Concordia University, 2004
Bachelor of Social Work (BSW), McGill University, 2002

Professional Affiliations:

Refugee Lawyers' Association
Quebec Immigration Lawyers Association

Community Involvement:

Immigrant Workers Center, Board of Directors, 2003-2009
Center for Community Organizations (COCo), Board of Directors, 2010-2011
CARI St-Laurent, Legal Information Clinic, 2010-2012
Mile End Legal Clinic, Advisor on immigration and refugee matters, 2012-2013