Jérémy Boulanger Bonnelly
Jérémy Boulanger-Bonnelly is a doctoral candidate at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law. His research explores the role of public participation in improving access to justice. Originally from Quebec City, Jérémy completed his bachelor in civil law and common law at McGill University as a Loran Scholar. He then served as a law clerk to Justice Clément Gascon at the Supreme Court of Canada, and practised as a lawyer in civil, appellate and constitutional litigation at Norton Rose Fulbright in Montreal. In parallel to his studies, he remains actively involved in access to justice initiatives, including as a pro bono lawyer in two constitutional cases and as a volunteer for Interligne’s LGBTQ+ legal information clinic in Montreal. Member of the board of Interligne, he is also a volunteer for Forces AVENIR and a member of the executive of Canada’s New Democratic Party.