McGill University (Bachelor of Arts. University of Montreal (Licentiate of Laws, 1977). University of Cambridge (Ph D., 1987).
Working as a partner of BYERS CASGRAIN. Admitted to the bar, 1978, Quebec.
"Children or Brethren: Aboriginal Rights in Colonial Iroquoia," Ph.D. thesis. "The Crown’s Fiduciary Duty and Indian Title: Guerin v. The Queen," 30 McGill Law Journal No.3, 1985
"Aboriginal Rights in Modern American Case Law," 2 Canadian Native Law Reporter 9, 1983. "Aboriginal Rights, the Constitution and the Marshall Court," 17 Revue Juridique Thdmis No. 3, 1984. Lecturer in Jurisprudence at University of Montreal.
Quebec and Canadian Bar Associations. British Institute of International and Comparative Law.