Aurore Benadiba is a professor at the Faculty of Law of Laval University and a lawyer at the Paris Bar. Holder of a DEA in private heritage law from the University Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I) and a DESS in Litigation, Arbitration and Alternative Dispute Resolution from the University of Panthéon-Assas (Paris II), she has obtained a doctorate in private law, on the subject of security interests relating to intangible assets, from the University of Montreal and the University Panthéon-Sorbonne (Paris I).
She has published two books with Yvon Blais and IRJS editions “André Tunc collection” on security interests relating to intangibles in France and Quebec and a more recent one entitled “le droit des sureties au Québec” with Wilson & Lafleur. She is also the author of numerous chapters in collective works. She teaches and pursues her research in security law, bankruptcy and insolvency law, property law and private environmental law. Through her writings and conferences, she is interested in many varied subjects such as sureties on transferable securities and intermediated securities, pledges on pecuniary claims, legal construction mortgage, co-ownership, sale , property and its terms, insolvency and bankruptcy of consumers and SMEs in Canada, She has worked in particular on abnormal neighborhood disturbances and real estate transactions from the perspective of environmental protection. These last reflections relate in particular to the acceptable environmental risk, the easements of environmental protection, the class actions in matters of abnormal neighborhood disturbances and the ecological damage.
Email address : aurore.benadiba[at]fd.ulaval.ca