STÉPHANE MORAILLE, LL.M.
Stéphane is a creative intellectual. As an entertainment attorney and an international recording artist, her passion is to foster conditions that will allow creativity to emerge. Stéphane has been involved in the creative industries for over 20 years now. It is part of her DNA.
Her practice is focused on simplifying and streamlining the legal process. Stéphane has experience in negotiation, drafting and contract management, risk management and compliance.
Stéphane has developed an expertise in structuring corporate groups with respect to corporate strategy, in the the management, value creation and protection of intellectual property, in dealing with influential groups and managing an insurance portfolio. She has worked with film and television producers, labels and music producers, in large-scale XR exhibits, in technology, and with museums to ensure that risks are curtailed in order to create long-term value for IP.
As a founding member of the collective Bran Van 3000, nominated in 2015 and in 2022 for the Slaight Family Polaris Heritage Prize, Stéphane received numerous distinctions in the music industry (Much Music Video Awards, Juno, Canadian Radio Award, Felix, Gold Record, Prix de la Socan).
Stéphane loves to teach and speak. She draws on her personal and professional experience to train the new generation of creative professionals. She participates in programs led by the Minister of Culture and Communications of Québec, in the acclaimed Phoenix Music Executive Development program team, etc. She completed a Master’s degree in Intellectual Property Law from Osgoode Hall Law School (York University) to better perfect my knowledge. Jack of all trades. Master at law.
Stéphane has more than a decade of experience in governance and strategic management of cultural and art institutions. She is honoured to now serve as a director of CCOV and on the Council for the arts of Canada.
She is passionate about creative industries, about art and is dedicated to the radiance of the sector.