Mathieu Delorme is a labour lawyer in our Ottawa office. His practice focuses on labour, human rights and administrative law.
Mathieu obtained his bachelor of social sciences in Criminology (2005) and his bachelor of Laws (2008) from the University of Ottawa. Upon graduation, Mathieu pursued his studies at l’Université de Montréal, where he obtained a Master of Laws (2010) while taking a special interest in international human rights and humanitarian law.
Following the completion of his graduate studies, Mathieu returned to Ottawa as an articling student to work in the field of labour and employment law and was called to the bar in June 2011. Following his call, he was accepted in the Canadian Bar Association – Young Lawyers International Program where he joined the ranks of the Legal Resource Centre in Grahamstown, South Africa. During his time overseas, Mathieu had the opportunity to work on several cases involving access to education, access to housing and the recognition of customary law. Upon his return to Canada, and before joining the firm in 2016, Mathieu served as in-house counsel for a federal public service union.
Mathieu is fluently bilingual and serves clients in both official languages. He is a member of the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, the County of Carleton Law Association and the Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario.