Me Christine Kark obtained her Bachelor of Law degree (LL.B.) from University of Montréal in 2000. Since she began practicing in 2001, Me Kark has specialized in health law and, throughout her career, she has had the opportunity to represent a large number of physicians aimed by civil lawsuits, disciplinary complaints or investigations conducted by the Collège des médecins du Québec or the RAMQ. She also assists clients in immigration law issues, namely to obtain temporary work or study permits in Canada. Her practice also includes services regarding temporary or permanent residency status in Canada.
Me Kark regularly appears before the regular courts, administrative tribunals and quasi-judicial bodies. She has also represented the interests of physicians in several complex civil law cases and against hospitals.
In January 2011, Me Kark was appointed by the Honorable Sylvie De Vito, judge of the Superior Court of Quebec, to act as arbitrator to handle appeals filed in the breast cancer case and radiation therapy delays (agreement in class action).
For several years, Me Kark has been president of the Liaison Committee of the Court of Quebec, the committee responsible for managing the relationships between the members of the bench of the Court of Quebec, Civil Division, and the lawyers of the Montreal Bar. She has also been vice-president of the national health law section of the Canadian Bar Association.