Careen Hannouche is an experienced class action lawyer who acts for plaintiffs in a variety of matters. She has appeared in the Quebec Superior Court, the Quebec Court of Appeal as well as the Supreme Court of Canada. She has also resolved many cases through negotiation, mediation and settlement.
Prior to joining Klein Avocats Plaideurs Inc., Careen worked as plaintiff counsel at a prominent class action law firm and also worked as an attorney in the litigation department of a publicly traded company.
Careen completed her civil law degree at Université de Montréal as well as her common law degree at the University of Ottawa.
Conferences and Publications
Speaker at the National Conference on Class Actions, Québec Bar Association, 2015
Speaker at the Third Seminar on Class Actions, Canadian Bar Association, Québec Branch, 2008
« Dans l’intérêt des membres » : application du principe de protection des membres du groupe », in Canadian Bar Association, Québec Branch, Actes de la formation juridique permanente, vol. 2, Third Seminar on Class Actions 2008, Cowansville, Éditions Yvon Blais
Law Society of Ontario
Québec Bar Association