LCdr Amélie Aubut

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LCdr Amélie Aubut

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LCdr Amélie Aubut is a legal officer in the Directorate of International and Operational Law of the Office of the Judge Advocate General in the Canadian Armed Forces. Since joining the Canadian Armed Forces in 2015, she served in a number of positions advising commanders on international law, criminal law, and administrative law issues at the strategic, operational and tactical level. Her past assignments include Legal Advisor, Canadian Joint Operations Command (CJOC); Legal Advisor, Military Personnel Law; Legal Advisor, Military Justice – Strategic; Legal and Policy Advisor, Court Martial Comprehensive Review Team; and Deputy Judge Advocate, Eastern Region.

Prior to joining the military, she worked as a lawyer in civil litigation at Norton Rose Fulbright as well as a Law Lecturer at McGill University, University of Ottawa and Université ASM in Ivory Coast. LCdr Aubut completed her articles at the Supreme Court of Canada and was called to the Quebec Bar in 2012.

LCdr Aubut holds an LLM from the University of Cambridge with a specialization in International Law, an LLB from the University of Ottawa (common law) and an LLB from the Université de Montréal (civil law).

LCdr Aubut currently lives in Montréal with her husband and children.

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