Christine A. Carron is a senior partner at Norton Rose Fulbright in Canada and Canadian Chair of the privacy and access to information team. She practises primarily in corporate and commercial litigation and in the areas of banking, privacy, product liability, consumer protection and e-commerce. She has been involved in a wide range of commercial litigation, including the defence of class actions in the financial services, retail and tobacco industries and represents corporate clients in disputes involving damages for breach of commercial contracts or for latent defects and in shareholder disputes. She has represented clients in parliamentary commissions on the adoption and amendment of Québec's privacy legislation for the private sector and participated in the consultation process for Québec's legislation on new technologies. She was named Advocatus Emeritus by the Bar of Québec in 2007, is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and was one of 25 women lawyers to be awarded Lexpert's Zenith Award in 2009. She was also named Lawyer of the Year 2012 by Best Lawyers for appellate law (Montréal) and she is recognized by Chambers Global as a leading lawyer for dispute resolution (class action; Québec). Christine is also chair of the Pro Bono Committee.