Christine adopts her clients' causes with passion. A fierce litigator and negotiator, she advises her clients in order to find the best available strategies, making her an appreciated ally. Her reputation as a pioneer in the fields of environmental and energy law is well established. She actively participates in the development and evolution of environmental law in Quebec and has done so for over 30 years by authoring many reference works as well as being an outstanding public speaker. She founded Sodavex in 2009 after practising in prominent national law firms for more than 20 years to answer her clients' needs in a better and more cost-effective way. She has been involved in countless transactions and litigation cases, many of which have helped forge the current state of environmental law in Quebec. A firm believer in the sustainable management of our resources and energy, she also assists a large clientele in the field of waste management and reuse, as well as companies working in soil rehabilitation. The current challenges affecting project authorizations for innovative technologies, wetlands and protected species, as well as issues surrounding community acceptance and urban planning, which are linked to the current environmental legislative scheme, have no secrets for her.