Me Élisabeth Gendron earned a bachelor's degree from Université de Montréal and is currently completing a master's in security law.
During her studies, she joined the team of lawyers in the civil litigation group at Clinique juridique Juripop. She was also selected to be part of a constitutional law seminar jointly led by Université de Montréal and McGill University in which students were called upon to draft the text of a new Canadian Constitution to mark the 150th anniversary of the document.
Élisabeth articled at a major multidisciplinary firm, chiefly focusing on civil litigation, as well as business, intellectual property and labour law. She then joined the construction law group at PFD Avocats.
Élisabeth Gendron is a member of the jury of the Juripop moot competition and a judge of the debating competition of the Commerce Games. She also works with Éducaloi as a legal expert and gives educational law lectures in high schools. She is very involved in a number of social and political organizations and takes part in numerous model parliaments.