Marie-Sophie Dromer

Marie-Sophie Dromer

Student, Montréal

Law School
Université de Montréal
John Abbott College

Marie-Sophie is drawn to law as an extremely well-rounded profession that encompasses all the aspects she looks for in a career: intellectual reflection, working with clients, teamwork and continuous learning.

She looks forward to exploring her interest in commercial real estate, sparked by taking a property class in her first year of law school.

If you were not a lawyer, what career would you have chosen?

An interpreter at the United Nations, because I enjoy the social aspect but also the fast-paced environment and the chance to meet very interesting people and learn more about global issues.

Is there something about you that we would be surprised to learn?

I published a children’s mystery novel when I was 12.

Is there an organization that means a lot to you?

In my first year of law school, I got the chance to create a legal guide for visually impaired individuals with the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. I found it extremely meaningful to be able to empower people by providing them with tools to defend their rights.