Miriam Pinkesz received her B.C.L./L.L.B. from Mcgill University in 2017, and has studied World Religions at McGill University prior to her law degree. During her legal education, she has published articles in the Trinity College University of Dublin Law Review and in the University of Edinburgh Student Law Review on the topics of physician assisted dying in Canada as well as emerging genetic testing technologies and gender and genetic discrimination. She has received an honorary prize ("Prize for the Best French Language Article") for her publication on physician assisted dying by the Trinity College Law Review in 2016.
Prior to working at the CGP, Miriam has worked at the Conseil constitutionnel in Paris, France where she researched comparative constitutional law. Her primary interests are in bioethics and the intersection of law and ethics in field of genetic and reproductive technologies. Miriam will attend l'École Barreau du Québec in the Fall of 2017.