Camille Lefebvre is an Immigration Lawyer. She holds a bachelor's degree in Law and a master's degree in International and Transnational Law from Université Laval. She is a member of the Canada Research Chair in International Criminal Justice and Human Rights, the Canada Research Chair in Immigration and Security and the Van Vollenhoven Institute in the Netherlands. She has been a research assistant and lecturer since 2018.
Throughout her university career, Camille has volunteered for the International Criminal and Humanitarian Law Clinic, the Legal Information Clinic, the Committee of Lawyers Without Borders and the Association for the United Nations of Université Laval. She is also the co-founder of the podcast Légalement Parlant, which allows young researchers to discuss and demystify current legal issues.
She currently serves on the Proforma Committee and on the Liaison Committee of the Jeune Barreau de Québec and represents the Fondation du Barreau du Québec as « Gouverneure de la relève ». Besides her research interests, she loves reading and hiking.