Education and experience
Called to the Quebec Bar in 2018, Nour joined Renno Vathilakis as an Associate in October 2018.
Nour graduated from McGill University’s Integrated B.C.L./LL.B. program, where she was placed on the Dean’s List and received the Alexandra Dodger Award for Social Justice. Nour also completed a Minor in East Asian Studies and spent one semester at Sophia University, in Tokyo.
During her legal studies, Nour was an Executive Editor of the McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law and a Coordinator of the McGill chapter of Pro Bono Students Canada. Nour also worked as a Research Assistant to the Stikeman Chair in Tax Law Professor Allison Christians and clerked with the Honourable Gabriel Boutros of the Montreal Municipal Court where she attended hearings and researched matters related to civil and criminal law. Finally, Nour represented McGill at the Julius Alexander Isaac Diversity Moot before the Court of Appeal of Ontario.
Nour has a knowledge of various languages, including Arabic, Spanish, Korean and Japanese.
Prior to joining the firm, she completed her articles at the International Criminal Court in The Hague.
Benchmark Litigation 2016, 2017 and 2018 recommends Renno Vathilakis Inc. for litigation in Quebec.