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Amy Dam is an associate at Bereskin & Parr LLP and a member of the Life Sciences and the Regulatory, Advertising & Marketing practice groups. Her practice focuses on patents relating to the life sciences, including biotechnology, chemical and pharmaceutical inventions. In addition, she advises on advertising, packaging and labelling law of consumer and regulated products in various industry sectors.
Amy has demonstrated comprehensive knowledge in her field by having worked in a large multinational pharmaceutical company where she specialized in health economics and health outcomes research. During law school, Amy worked as a research assistant at the Centre of Genomics and Policy at McGill University where she conducted research on legal and ethical issues surrounding health research, including research with children, medical liability and biobanking.
Amy is a steering committee member of the Greater Montréal Chapter of Women in Bio and is a jurist on the research ethics board of Montreal’s Jewish General Hospital.
Prior to being admitted to the Bar, Amy was an articling student with the firm. Amy is fluent in French and English, and conversant in Vietnamese.
Intellectual Property Institute of Canada (IPIC), Affiliate Young Bar Association of Montréal