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Doray received the Licentiate of Laws from the University of Montreal in 1980.
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Doray was given a diploma in legislative drafting and interpretation from the University of Ottawa in 1984.
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Raymond earned his Master of Laws degree in public law from London School of Economics in 1987.
Doray received the Licentiate of Laws from the University of Montreal in 1980. Four years later he was given a diploma in legislative drafting and interpretation from the University of Ottawa. In 1987, Raymond earned his Master of Laws degree in public law from London School of Economics.
Doray began his career as a legal advisor to the Paré Commission in 1980.Two years later he took the same position to the Executive Council of Quebec, where he worked until 1983. Also Raymond served as a legal advisor to the Access to Information Commission of Quebec from 1984 to 1986.
In 1988, he published a book dealing with the legal and administrative aspects of access to information. Then in 1990, Doray became a teacher of administrative law at the University of Montreal and had held the position for two years.
Since 2002, he has written a treatise of more than 2,000 pages on rights of access to information and the protection of personal information, which is constantly updated. Raymond also writes and updates the chapters on professional confidentiality and conflicts of interest in a guide published by the Quebec Bar school, of which he is the president. He is a speaker on the protection of personal information and privacy at conferences in Canada and abroad.
In 2005, Doray represented the former president and chief executive officer of a major Crown corporation before the Gomery Commission. In addition, in 2009, he acted as lead counsel for the Grenier Commission, which held an inquiry into Option Canada. In 2010, Mr. Doray has notably represented the Order of Notaries in a litigation case.
Raymond heads the information law practice and is involved in issues pertaining to access to information, privacy and defamation, as well as the application of the Canadian and Quebec charters of rights and freedoms. He is legal counsel for a number of major corporations, professional orders, public bodies and media organizations in matters relating to administrative and constitutional law. Doray is an Advocatus Emeritus.
Doray is a member of American College of Trial Lawyers. He is a president and a member of the Board of Directors of l’École du Barreau du Québec and of many committees of the Quebec Bar. Raymond was a chairman of the organizing committee and of the International Conference on Privacy Society in Montreal in 1997.