Élisabeth Lesage-Bigras

Élisabeth Lesage-Bigras



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Intelligence is not what we know but what we do when we don’t know
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Élisabeth Lesage-Bigras is part of ROBIC’s Emerging Technology Group and practices in the areas of information technology law, privacy, copyright and domain name management.

Élisabeth holds a Bachelor of Law (L.L.B) from the Université de Montréal obtained in 2016 and a Master of Laws (L.L.M) from the Université de Montréal since 2020. During her studies, she also participated in a university exchange program at Universitetet i Oslo.

During her academic career, Élisabeth had the opportunity to be a research assistant in the intellectual property financing field as well as coordinator of a university research project in the information technology law and technological evidence fields.

Élisabeth joined ROBIC in 2020 after having completed her articling with the firm.

  • Bachelor of Laws (L.L.B.), Université de Montréal (2016)
  • Academic Exchange Program, Universitetet i Oslo (2015)
  • Master of Laws, private law option (LLM), Université de Montréal (2020)
  • Member of the Québec Bar (2020)
  • Young Bar Association of Montréal (YBAM)
  • Information Technology Committee of the Young Bar of Montréal
  • Bourse Mathematics of Information Technology and Complex Systems (MITACS) Accélération
  • Bourse J.A.-Louis-Lagassé
  • Bourse Juliette-Barcelo
  • Trademarks
    • Domain Names (Protection, Management and Arbitration Proceedings)
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Business Law
    • Contracts (Negotiation, Drafting and Review)
    • E-commerce and Consumer Protection
    • Confidentiality and Trade Secrets
  • Litigation
    • Domain Names Litigation
  • Copyright - Counsel
    • Information Technologies
    • Software and mobile applications
    • Video Games
    • Licenses and Assignments
    • Opinions and protection strategies
    • Drafting, revision and negotiation of contracts
  • Emerging Technologies
    • E-commerce and digital marketing
    • Data Protection, Privacy and Cybersecurity
  • « Faut-il encore étudier le droit si l’intelligence artificielle vient remplacer les avocats? » (Comité Droit et Technologie de la Faculté de droit de l’Université de Montréal, janvier 2022)
  • « Explicabilité de l’IA : un enjeu du XXIIe siècle? » (ROBIC, décembre 2021)
  • « L’intelligence artificielle et sa réglementation : regard mondial et perspective » (ROBIC, mai 2021)
  • « Publicité en ligne et enjeux juridiques : un subtil équilibre » (Journée e-Commerce, avril 2022)