Lawyer and family mediator, Marie-Hélène Dubé, graduated from the University of Montreal in 1990 and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 1991. Since then, she practices family law, a field she loves above all for its human side and the variety of knowledge it requires.
She has acquired extensive experience in constitutional law by participating in several major cases, including that of the right to marry for same-sex couples and the rights of common-law spouses in the case of case Eric v. Lola.
Me Dubé has appeared twice before the Supreme Court of Canada. She assisted Me Eva Petras, now a judge of the Superior Court of Quebec, as amicus curiae to the Supreme Court of Canada. (Bibaud v. Québec (Régie de l'assurance maladie), 2004 SCC 35,  2 SCR 3). With Me Anne-France Goldwater, she argued the case concerning the Jewish religious divorce (Bruker v. Marcovitz, 2007 SCC 54,  3 SCR 607).
Me Dubé specializes in the preparation of major cases: long-term trials, advancement of the law, important economic issues, etc.
Marie-Hélène Dubé is fluent in French, English and Creole.