Education and experience
Kristen joined the Renno Vathilakis team as an associate in January 2020. She was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2012 and is perfectly bilingual.
Kristen mainly practices in the areas of civil and commercial litigation. She regularly represents clients before courts of first instance and courts of appeal, as well as administrative tribunals. She is also a trademark agent. Before joining the Renno Vathilakis team, Kristen practiced civil and commercial litigation at a boutique law firm in downtown Montreal.
Kristen earned her Bachelor of Laws from the Université de Montréal. She graduated on the Excellence List and received the Prix d’excellence Rodolphe-Lemieux in international public law. Kristen also obtained a Bachelor of Arts Major in Political Science from Concordia University. She was on the Dean’s List and named an Arts and Science Scholar for having a GPA in the top 1%.
Kristen received the title Gouverneure de la relève of the Fondation du Barreau du Québec for her influence within the profession. She is the Vice-President of the English-Speaking Section of the Bar of Montreal. She is also a member of the Comité des avocates dans la profession of the Bar of Montreal, where she presides the sub-committee on the retention of women in the profession.
Benchmark Litigation 2016 to 2019 recommends Renno Vathilakis Inc. for litigation in Quebec.