Personal profile


Régine Tremblay joined Allard Law in 2017. Her areas of expertise include family law, matrimonial property law, private law, comparative law, family mediation, reproduction and law, and critical theories, including feminism and queer theories. She holds a BCL and an LLB from the Faculty of Law at McGill University and an LLM and an SJD from the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. She is a member of the Quebec Bar since 2011 and a member of its Comité consultatif en droit de la famille since 2018. She is the Director of the Centre for Feminist Legal Studies, and, alongside Professor Erez Aloni, the co-editor of the Canadian Journal of Family Law. She is the Vice President of the Association des juristes d’expression française de la Colombie-Britannique, a full member of the Paul-André Crépeau Centre for Private and Comparative Law (McGill University), a researcher with the Groupe de réflexion en droit privé (UQAM), and sits on the editorial board of the Canadian Journal of Women and the Law.

Her research has been published in English and French in publications such as the Supreme Court Law Review, the Canadian Journal of Family Law, and the Canadian Journal of Women and the Law. She coauthored the Private Law Dictionary of the Family, 2nd edition, and the Dictionnaire de droit privé: Les familles, 2ème édition. She is a contributor to the McGill Companion to Law, the Elgar Encyclopedia of Comparative Law, the Jurisclasseur: Personnes et famille (QC), and is the co-editor of Les intraduisibles en droit civil (Les éditions Thémis) and House Rules: Changing Families, Evolving Norms, and the Role of Law (UBC Press). Her research has been funded by institutions including the Law Foundation of British Columbia and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (Insight and Connection).

Professional Affiliations

  • Centre for Feminist Legal Studies


  • Law
  • Civil Law
  • Comparative and Foreign Law
  • Family Law