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Court representation (talking to a judge) is not available through the program. However, some lawyers may be willing to enter into a representation agreement with you. If this is the case, there is a note in the partner lawyer’s profile.

 

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Some lawyers represent or have represented in their practice persons accused of sexual violence. These lawyers will never simultaneously represent your interests and those of the person(s) who have committed sexual violence against you. Lawyers are professionals who are able to weigh up each case. That said, for the sake of transparency towards you, a note in their profile will be displayed if this is the case and we hope that you are comfortable with this state of affairs.

Arij Riahi

Lawyer

Daniel Crespo Villarreal

Lawyer

Myriam Bohémier

Lawyer

Arij Riahi

Arij was trained in sciences before entering the legal field. Then, after a brief moment as an independent journalist, she was called to the Bar in 2014. She immediately launched her very own criminal law office. She dedicated her practice to the defence of marginalized communities. She developed her skills successfully trying cases of racial profiling and cases involving activists throughout the province of Quebec. She is used to handling high profile cases.

Criminal Law
English, French
Montréal

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Daniel Crespo Villarreal

Me Daniel Crespo Villarreal has been a member of the Barreau du Québec since 2016. In addition to a long experience in academic field, he has worked in human rights and has been involved in several social and community projects and organisations. He is a founding member of a socially oriented firm covering various areas of law. He currently focuses his practice in civil law (civil and professional liability), labor law and housing law. He also acts as a lecturer in the latter subject at UQÀM.

 

Civil Law, Housing, Labor Law
English, French, Spanish
Montréal

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Myriam Bohémier

Specialised in Labour and Employment Law, Administrative and Civil Law, Mediation and Forensic (CNESST, RRQ, disability insurance, etc), Me Bohémier assists and represents victims of harrassement since 20 years. She is also familiar with Mobbing, a form of harassment where the victim becomes the scape goat. She also take care of files regarding harassment from institutions like professional associations, organisations, businesses and government. Finally, she represents victims against their unions.

She is open and empathetic. She receives people without judgment. She helps them see the process of harassment. She is dedicated to support victims in their actions.

Me Myriam Bohémier accepts to receive animals at her office.

Administrative Law, Civil Law, Conflict Resolution Methods, Family Mediation, Health Law, Human Rights, Insurance Law, Labor Law
English, French
Montérégie, Montréal

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Farah Nantel-Hamud

Lawyer

Fanny Dagenais-Dion

Lawyer

Elena Dimitrova
Elena Dimitrova

Lawyer

Farah Nantel-Hamud

After completing her internship at the Centre communautaire juridique de Montréal, Me Farah Nantel-Hamud has dedidacted her career to the practice of criminal and penal law. Having a keen interest in advocacy, she has had the opportunity to plead before various courts. She approaches each of her files with a personalized approach and devotes herself with rigor and passion to the defense of fundamental rights and freedoms. She places human relationships at the heart of her mandates and demonstrates empathy, listening and understanding towards her clients. A graduate of the University of Sherbrooke, she was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2016. She completed her studies in Paris at the University Panthéon-Assas and holds a certificate in French civil law. She also holds a certificate in European private law from the University of Salzburg in Austria.

Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Human Rights
English, French, Spanish
Montréal

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Fanny Dagenais-Dion

Fanny Dagenais-Dion is involved in the organization Lawyers Without Borders Canada, at first as a voluntary legal advisor and more recently as a consultant, where she works on projects about sexual violence in Latin America. She is particularly interested in the fight against gender-based violence, on which she will soon write her master’s thesis. During her university career, she involved herself in many projects, among other things as a board member of the UQAM Legal Clinic. Before being admitted to the Quebec Bar, Fanny also worked in refugee law as an audience advisor for the Intelligence and Enforcement division of the Canada Border Services Agency.

Criminal Law, Human Rights
English, French, Spanish
Laurentides, Laval, Montréal
Elena Dimitrova

Elena Dimitrova

Me Elena Dimitrova gratuated from the University of Montreal Faculty of Law in 2015. During her studies,  she was greatly involved in voluntary work with various community organizations, particularly in the area of sexual violence. She also completed an internship with the Government of Quebec in  construction law. Me Elena Dimitrova speaks four languages fluently. She assists her clients in various areas of civil law such as family law, housing law and civil liability. Comitted, conscientious and dedicated, Me Dimitrova is deeply committed to all of her files.  It is with empathy and seriousness that she approaches her practice by encouraging negotiation and mediation between the parties at all times in order to promote the amicable settlement of disputes.

Civil Law, Family Law, Housing
Bulgare, English, French, Spanish
Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, Longueuil, (all of the province of Québec over the phone)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Richard Poitras

Lawyer

Sarah-Maude Belleville-Chenard

Lawyer

Lea Bacon

Lawyer

Richard Poitras

Lawyer Poitras studied at the Université de Sherbrooke and began his practice in 1983. Over the years, he has developed a practice as a general practitioner in both the civil and criminal fields. Litigating before all jurisdictions, and although a recognized litigator, he perfected the field of mediation to participate at the provincial level in the creation of the project at the Court of Quebec. Since 1983, he has represented child victims of all kinds of problems, victims of criminal acts before the IVAC and victims who have been injured, intimidated or harassed before the CSST. His career has led him to represent a shelter for victims of domestic violence as president for over thirty years.

Administrative Law, Civil Law, Criminal Law
French
Capitale-Nationale, Côte-Nord, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

Sarah-Maude Belleville-Chenard

Sarah-Maude Belleville-Chénard is a lawyer and mediator. She assists, among others, Aboriginal clients who have experienced sexual violence during their childhood, in the context of civil proceedings aimed at obtaining compensation for the damages suffered. Sarah-Maude believes that the judicial process is essential for people who have experienced sexual violence, but that it is only part of the healing process. She has worked in Haiti and Anticosti Island. She is a feminist with a strong interest in intersectionality, human rights and the environment.

Aboriginal Law, Civil Law
English, French
Capitale-Nationale, Estrie, Montréal

Lea Bacon

Passionate about social justice, Esq. Léa Bacon has worked throughout her career in various community organizations dedicated to the defense of citizens’ rights. She now works with the law firm Desroches Mongeon avocats, where she defends the cause of road accident victims and their work with the SAAQ or CNESST, as well as that of people who are victims of criminal acts in their claims with the IVAC. She also continues to be involved in her community, notably by sitting on the board of directors of the Mouvement Action-Chômage, an organization that defends the rights of the unemployed.

Administrative Law, Labor Law
English, French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Greater Montréal

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Zoë Alexandra Fortin

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Stéphanie Myre

Lawyer

Sophie Racicot St-Pierre

Lawyer

Zoë Alexandra Fortin

A graduate in Civil Law from the Université de Sherbrooke, Zoë has been working at Légal Logik since 2018, as a civil and commercial litigation lawyer, particularly in real estate law, inheritance law, liability law and insurance law. Involved with the Women’s Centre of Montréal, Zoë meets weekly with women in difficulty in order to promote free legal advice. She is also involved with the organization Women in Governance, as well as the Young Bar of Montréal, the Canadian Vascular Health Foundation and as a mentor for Le Fil d’Ariane. Concerned about contributing to better access to justice, Zoë is proud and enthusiastic about the idea of partnering with Juripop for this project.

Her level of Italian is intermediate.

Civil Law, Housing, Inheritance Law, Insurance Law, Labor Law, Real estate Law
English, French, Italian
Lanaudière, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Ville Saint-Laurent, Island of Montréal, Laval, St-Jérôme, Joliette, South Shore (Longueuil, Beauharnois)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Stéphanie Myre

A lawyer since 1996, Esq. Myre has a very varied background. She has practiced in litigation in several areas of law, ranging from environmental law to criminal law, in which she has specialized in recent years. She chose this area of law because she is particularly passionate about issues relating to fundamental rights and freedoms and her favourite place to practice her profession is a courtroom. No matter the case she is assigned, the human aspect is always at the heart of her priorities.

Civil Law, Criminal Law
English, French
Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Capitale-Nationale, Centre-du-Québec, Chaudière-Appalaches, Côte-Nord, Estrie, Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine, Lanaudière, Laurentides, Laval, Mauricie, Montérégie, Montréal, Outaouais, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Sophie Racicot St-Pierre

A graduate of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Civil Law with honours, Esq. Sophie Racicot St-Pierre has chosen to return to her hometown, Rouyn-Noranda, to pursue her career. Admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2017, she joined the team of Daoust Parayre lawyers after completing her articling period there. She practices mainly in civil litigation and labour law, striving to fulfill each of her mandates with professionalism and attentiveness. A dynamic and dedicated lawyer, Esq. Racicot St-Pierre will be pleased to guide you through the judicial process and ensure the protection of your interests.

Civil Law, Labor Law
English, French
Outaouais
Gatineau

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Sophie Mongeon

Lawyer

Sophie Estienne

Lawyer

Sarah Smith

Lawyer

Sophie Mongeon

Esq. Sophie Mongeon graduated from the Université de Montréal in 1996. After articling with Esq. Desroches, Esq. Mongeon was called to the Quebec Bar in 1997. In 2001, she joined forces with Esq. Desroches and they formed Desroches Mongeon Avocats. Conscientious and involved, she works to defend road and industrial accident victims and victims of criminal acts, knowing that they often find themselves destitute. She assists you in your labour relations and insurance disputes. Always concerned about helping people in need and interested in the debates involving hospital centres, she participated in the creation of the Association des victimes des infections nosocomiales (ADVIN), in 2004. She was an active member of the board of directors.

A formidable litigator, it is with empathy that she will represent victims of accidents before the courts hundreds of times. Since 2017, she has taken on a new challenge by assuming the presidency of Desroches Mongeon avocats. Very active in various networks, you will meet her at the Réseau des femmes d’affaires du Québec, at the East Montreal Chamber of Commerce. She writes monthly in the newsletter of the Association des Familles de Personnes Assassinées ou Disparues (AFPAD), she is legal counsel for the Association des victimes de l’amiante du Québec (AVAQ) and the Association pour les droits des accidentés (L’ADA).

For the associations she represents, she meets with government decision-makers to advance the cause of victims and produces briefs to promote change. Esq. Mongeon also assists Moelle épinière et motricité Québec in a disability discrimination case with Retraite Québec. She is also legal counsel to the Conseil Provincial du Québec des métiers de la construction. You will hear her every week in the legal column at 91.9 Sports. You can also hear and see her comment on legal news on radio and television.

Administrative Law, Insurance Law, Labor Law
English, French
Laurentides, Montréal
Montréal and surrounding area, Laurentians (North Shore)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Sophie Estienne

With her ability to adapt, as evidenced by her bicultural experience in France and Quebec, Sophie is a testament to her willingness to play a role in the defence of human rights: an internship at the Court of Quebec, a collaboration with the Red Cross and a job with the Commission des droits de la personne et des droits de la jeunesse (Human Rights and Youth Rights Commission). Sophie is also always committed to social involvement, whether it be with an organization helping women in prostitution (popularization of the Criminal Injuries Compensation Act and the Youth Protection Act), or through various committees of the Young Bar of Montréal, including the Pro Bono Legal Services Committee.

Administrative Law, Civil Law, Human Rights
French
Montréal

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Sarah Smith

Sarah was recently admitted to the Quebec Bar in January 2020 after completing her articling at the Tribunal administratif du travail (Labour Administrative Tribunal). A law graduate of the Université du Québec à Montréal, she also holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Communication. During her training, she was notably involved with the Commission des droits de la personne et de la jeunesse du Québec and the Centre de justice de proximité du Grand-Montréal. In the course of her practice, Sarah is mainly interested in collective labour relations, labour standards, human rights and freedoms and housing law.

Housing, Human Rights, Labor Law
French
Montréal
Rainbow Miller

Lawyer

Pierre Albert Dubois

Lawyer

Naomi Lauture

Lawyer

Rainbow Miller

Beginning her career as a lawyer in 2006 with the Attorney General of Quebec, Esq. Rainbow Miller subsequently worked in the field of labor law within the human resources department of a CSSS where she worked more specifically on elder abuse issues. She subsequently worked in the area of refugee representation before the IRB.

Since 2010, she has been representing primarily First Nations people. She has accumulated many years of experience in representing victims of sexual abuse, accompanying many residential school survivors in their private P.E.I. hearings. To do so, she regularly traveled to Aboriginal communities to meet with her clients or represent them at their hearings.

In particular, she acted as counsel for the Quebec Native Women’s Association (QNW) before the Commission of Inquiry on Missing and Murdered Native Women (MMIWG) and before the Val-d’Or “Commission Viens” which were set up following tragic events of multiple abuse and disappearances of Aboriginal women. She is currently working with the Quebec Native Women’s Association (QNW) where she performs the duties of Justice and Public Security Coordinator. As part of her mandate, she works closely on the issue of sexual exploitation of Aboriginal girls and human trafficking, the needs of Aboriginal women in matters of family law and domestic violence. She also accompanied QNW President Viviane Michel when QNW appeared before the Committee of Experts on the Accompaniment of Victims of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence in Quebec.

Her level of Spanish is basic.

Aboriginal Law, Social Law
English, French, Spanish
Abitibi-Témiscamingue, Bas-Saint-Laurent, Capitale-Nationale, Côte-Nord, Lanaudière, Mauricie, Montréal
This lawyer is ready to travel to Aboriginal women even in remote communities.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Pierre Albert Dubois

Esq. Pierre Albert Dubois has been a member of the Quebec Bar since April 1996. Observing the problems from a global perspective in relation to legal consultation and/or advice, Esq. Dubois quickly finds solutions of a legal nature, in collaboration and partnership with his client. His ability to synthesize combined with his ability to listen makes him a good counselor. Having been a member of several boards of directors and committees, Esq. Dubois demonstrates a remarkable team spirit. Following university studies, both undergraduate and graduate, Esq. Dubois practices in insurance law, estate law, civil and professional liability. He has represented several clients before the Civil and Administrative Courts. In addition, he is an accredited Family Mediator.

Civil Law, Inheritance Law, Insurance Law, Professional Law
French
Montréal

Naomi Lauture

A lawyer of Haitian origin, I practice in private practice in Montréal, in litigation and dispute resolution. Previously, I had the opportunity to work at the CCJM (legal aid) in Montréal North.

In my practice, I focus on the human aspect of the lawyer/client relationship and I favor a collaborative approach, always giving the right information to the people I advise. Throughout my career, I have been involved in the community for the promotion of equality and access to justice. My diverse background allows me to find original solutions to the challenges facing my clients.

My level of Spanish is very baseline.

Civil Law
Creole, English, French, Spanish
Montréal
Michel-Étienne Parayre

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Mélisande Masson

Lawyer

Maude Choko

Lawyer

Michel-Étienne Parayre

Originally from Rouyn-Noranda and a graduate of Laval University, Esq. Michel-Etienne Parayre has been working in family and youth law since 2005. He has been practicing regularly before the courts since the beginning of his career, particularly in child custody and alimony disputes and also in youth protection. He has been a partner since 2008 as well as one of the founding members of the firm. Esq. Parayre represents a varied clientele and is also an accredited family mediator since September 2013.

Family Law, Youth Law
English, French
Abitibi-Témiscamingue

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Mélisande Masson

A dynamic and caring lawyer, Esq. Mélisande Masson has been working in the community with organizations such as the Groupe d’aide et d’information sur le harcèlement au travail, the International Labour Organization and Cuso International for over five years. Esq. Masson has witnessed many social, cultural and social realities, as well as legal issues that different individuals face on a daily basis. Sensitive to the impact of these realities, she works mainly in the field of gender equality and labour law with a strong interest in global issues. She has lived in China, England, Nicaragua and Geneva and speaks French, English and Spanish.

Criminal Law, Labor Law
English, French, Spanish
Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, West Island region to Vaudreuil/Rigaud

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Maude Choko

Maude Choko, a lawyer, holds a Doctorate (D.C.L.) in Law from McGill University (2015). She is also an artist (author and actress, member of ACTRA and UDA). Her professional career has included a number of activities, which she has pursued simultaneously since being called to the Bar in 2003: legal advice in private practice (labour law and civil law), teaching (labour law, artists and law and obligations), and design of training and promotional videos on mediation and arbitration, and artistic productions. She is particularly interested in human relations, freedom of association and protection of workers. Mother of three boys, she is also dedicated to their education and gives her time in her community.

Civil Law, Labor Law
English, French
Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, Brome Lake

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Mathieu Lavoie

Lawyer

Martin DeBellefeuille

Lawyer

Maria Giustina Corsi

Lawyer

Mathieu Lavoie

Me Lavoie is committed to access to justice and human rights. Previously a representative of a Pro Bono legal services organization, he completed his professional training at the United Nations (Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights) in New York and in Sweden for a multinational company in labour and business law. Passionate, empathetic and attentive to details, he will be able to devote himself to your case in order to advise you and listen to your needs. Since he chairs the board of directors of a cooperative composed of worker-members, he has experience in conflict management and understands the importance of respectful communication in a work team.

Criminal Law, Labor Law
English, French
Côte-Nord, Laurentides, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal, Outaouais
Outaouais, Montréal (North Shore, South Shore), Laurentians

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Martin DeBellefeuille

A young, dynamic and attentive lawyer, Martin specializes his practice in labour law in the protection of workers’ rights. Having several active files in psychological and sexual harassment in the workplace, disciplinary sanctions, health and safety and dismissal, Martin always seeks to obtain the best possible settlement to protect workers. Empathetic, understanding and trustworthy, Martin will be able to find the ideal solution to your situation and guide you through the entire process of assistance, complaints, possible recourses, settlement of your file and obtaining the compensation owed to you.

Business Law, Labor Law, Real estate Law
English, French
Centre-du-Québec, Estrie, Mauricie
Mauricie (Trois-Rivières), Eastern Townships (Sherbrooke) and Centre-du-Québec (Drummondville)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Maria Giustina Corsi

With a Bachelor’s Degree from Concordia University and UQAM, Esq. Maria Giustina Corsi has been a member of the Quebec Bar since 1990. Before pursuing a career with the Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions (DPCP), she practiced in commercial, banking, business and tax law. Described as a woman of decision, she has acquired more than thirty years of experience at the DPCP in Montréal and has developed solid expertise as a litigator, particularly in cases dealing with domestic violence, sexual abuse with specialization in disabled, hearing impaired, minor and vulnerable victims, abuse, child abduction, economic crimes with specialization in vulnerable persons. Elected member of the Board of Directors of the Barreau du Québec since 2017 for the Montréal region, she is currently completing her second and final mandate. Appointed by the Minister of Education to TELUQ’s Board of Directors, she is also involved as an advisory member on various committees and organizations in the legal and community communities. Determined to assert the rights of victims, her empathy, good judgment and a touch of humor have earned her the greatest respect from the legal community and the judiciary. A seasoned speaker, she is also a mentor at the DPCP, Concordia University (Jurists in Residence), UQAM, Dawson College and various elementary and secondary schools.

Criminal Law
English, French, German, Italian, Sign language (ASL), Sign language (LSQ), Spanish
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal and surrounding area
Lydia Coulombe

Lawyer

Lucie Roubin

Lawyer

Louise Gauthier

Lawyer

Lydia Coulombe

With a wealth of experience in the legal field, Esq. Coulombe is a lawyer who listens to her clients and their needs and is always available to provide impeccable service. Reliability, professionalism and constant efforts to achieve a positive result are the values that motivate her actions. Esq. Coulombe has in-depth knowledge of the judicial system having worked in a courthouse for seven years, both at the criminal and civil levels. As a lawyer, she concentrates her practice in civil litigation, family law, labor law and mediation. She has acted as an advisor in labor relations for many clients, particularly with respect to harassment situations.

Civil Law, Family Law, Labor Law
English, French
Lanaudière, Laurentides
Terrebonne, Joliette, Saint-Jérôme

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Lucie Roubin

A lawyer for two years in France after completing a Master’s Degree in Law at the Université Paul Cézanne in Aix-en-Provence and then at the Institut d’Étude Judiciaire de la Sorbonne in Paris, Esq. Roubin was admitted to the Quebec Bar in September 2018 after studying at the École du Barreau in Montréal. Since then, Esq. Roubin has been assisting her clients in various areas of civil and commercial law, such as real estate law, family and personal law, housing law, civil and professional liability and labour law. Esq. Roubin practices with rigor, empathy and availability, always favouring efficiency and communication in the best interest of her client. Finally, Esq. Roubin encourages negotiation and mediation between the parties at all times in order to promote the amicable and rapid settlement of disputes.

Business Law, Civil Law, Family Law, Housing, Labor Law, Real estate Law
English, French
Montréal

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Louise Gauthier

Over the course of her practice, Louise Gauthier has developed a sought-after and recognized expertise in commercial and corporate law. Her in-depth understanding of the issues in this field, coupled with her natural ability to listen, allows her to advise her clients with maturity and competence. Dedicated and available, she likes to make a difference in the lives of the people she advises by answering all their questions. Louise has a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA). Her particular interest in human resources has led her to develop an expertise in labour law. She is also interested in various issues relating to psychological harassment, employer management rights and pay equity.

Business Law
English, French
Montréal
Leslie-Anne Wood

Lawyer

Laurence Pierre

Lawyer

Laurence Marsolais

Lawyer

Leslie-Anne Wood

Leslie-Anne has been counsel at the Supreme Court of Canada since 2018, where she works on cases that cut across all areas of the law and raise issues that require creativity. Some cases involve situations of sexual harassment and violence. Prior to joining the Court, Leslie-Anne worked in private practice on her own account, as well as in a Montréal law firm, where she acted, among other things, as lead counsel in a civil action for sexual assault. In the services she provides, Leslie-Anne prioritizes listening, professionalism and quality.

English, French
Outaouais

Laurence Pierre

Esq. Laurence Pierre has been practicing as a self-employed criminal and prison law lawyer since 2015. She travels throughout Quebec to defend the rights of her clients. She has chosen these fields of practice because the protection of fundamental rights is a vocation for her. She believes that listening, honesty and open-mindedness are essential assets in every helping relationship. During meetings with her clients, she ensures that they feel understood and accepted and that they are well informed of their rights.

Criminal Law
English, French
Centre-du-Québec, Laurentides, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, Laval, Ste-Anne-des-Plaines, St-Jérôme, La Macaza, Sorel, Drummondville, Cowansville

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Laurence Marsolais

Esq. Laurence Marsolais was admitted to the Quebec Bar in April 2009. She began her career as a prosecutor with the City of Montréal and then joined the law firm Cordeau Paré avocats where she worked as a criminal and penal lawyer until 2014. In 2015, she started her own law firm LMA boutique juridique Inc. and, in early 2016, she became an agent with the Public Prosecution Service of Canada, a position she still holds. Esq. Marsolais continues to work in criminal and penal law in both prosecution and defence, which allows her to take an objective look at our justice system.

Criminal Law
English, French
Lanaudière, Laurentides, Laval
Laval, Laurentians, Lanaudière (between Laval and Mont-Tremblant, Laval and Joliette)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Kim-Luan Ferré-Deslongchamps

Lawyer

Julie Forest

Lawyer

Julie Bélisle

Lawyer

Kim-Luan Ferré-Deslongchamps

Esq. Ferré Deslongchamps is one of the founding partners of the law firm MedLégal, which specializes in representing users of the health network. She holds a Master’s Degree in Health Law and Policy and since then, she has been working mainly in the context of medical and hospital liability claims, in addition to managing files in the areas of human rights and disability insurance. In the course of her practice, Esq. Ferré Deslongchamps has accompanied and represented several survivors of sexual assaults that occurred in the health care system. Esq. Ferré Deslongchamps is called upon to give conferences and acts as a trainer for law students in the context of a mock trial in medical liability.

Health Law, Human Rights
French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, North Shore, South Shore

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Julie Forest

Me Julie Forest practices mainly in labor and employment law. A member of the Quebec Bar for thirty years, she has acquired solid experience before administrative tribunals and civil courts in matters of individual and collective labor relations. Her expertise covers all matters relating to labor and employment law, including collective agreements, individual employment contracts, employment restrictive clauses, psychological harassment, occupational health and safety, pay equity, protection of personal information, human rights and freedoms and employment insurance.

Labor Law
English, French
Lanaudière, Laurentides, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Greater Metropolitan Region (Montréal, Laval, Repentigny, Terrebonne, Granby, Mirabel and surrounding areas)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Julie Bélisle

Esq. Julie Bélisle holds a Bachelor of Laws and a Master’s Degree in Health Law and Policy from the Université de Sherbrooke. In the course of her studies, she was the recipient of several awards and scholarships. Interested in the human and sociable side of life, Esq. Bélisle has been working in health law since the beginning of her practice as a lawyer. She is also driven by a desire to promote access to justice. Esq. Bélisle is also a lecturer at the Université de Montréal, where she shares her passion for health law.

Civil Law, Health Law
English, French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal (Rive-Nord, Rive-Sud), Tout le Québec (par visioconférence)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Julia Garzon

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Jérémie Côté-Jones

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Jean-François Leroux

Lawyer

Julia Garzon

Esq. Garzon holds a Bachelor of Civil Law and a Bachelor of Common Law from McGill University and was called to the bar in 2002. She has thirteen years of experience as a lawyer specializing in health, personal and medical liability law. She has had the opportunity to represent many victims of derogatory acts and behaviours in the context of therapeutic, work or other relationships. She has also assisted several victims of harassment. She acts as a speaker at continuing education activities for health professionals, lawyers and before audiences of advocacy organizations and the general public.

Health Law, Human Rights
English, French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, North Shore, South Shore, All of Quebec by phone or videoconference!

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Jérémie Côté-Jones

A graduate in Law from the Université de Montréal, Esq. Côté-Jones specializes in employment law and administrative law. After articling at the Commission des normes du travail, he moved to Ménard Milliard avocats to pursue his practice in the field of labour relations. His studies in psychology and his experience with community organizations have given him a keen interest in fundamental rights and psychological harassment. He is devoted to social causes and is involved in the community.

His level in Spanish is intermediate.

Administrative Law, Labor Law
English, French, Spanish
Capitale-Nationale, Chaudière-Appalaches, Mauricie, Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean
Quebec City, eastern Quebec (Saguenay, Charlevoix, Chaudières-Appalaches, Mauricie)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Jean-François Leroux

Esq. Leroux holds a Master’s Degree in Health Law and Policy from Université Sherbrooke and is named in Lexpert magazine as a leader in the field of medical liability. Esq. Leroux has fifteen years of experience as a lawyer specializing in this field, having handled hundreds of medical liability cases. Esq. Leroux has had the opportunity to represent many victims of derogatory gestures and behaviors in the context of therapeutic or other relationships. Esq. Leroux regularly acts as a speaker at continuing education activities for health professionals and lawyers.

 

Health Law, Human Rights
English, French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, North Shore, South Shore, All Quebec (by videoconference or telephone)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Isabelle Briand

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Ioanna Lianis

Lawyer

Eric Ouellet

Lawyer

Isabelle Briand

Esq. Briand worked as a criminal prosecutor for fifteen years, including ten years working with people who have experienced sexual crimes. She was Deputy Chief Prosecutor, then Chief Prosecutor of the Office of Corruption and Malfeasance, and then joined the firms Lavery Debilly and Roy Bélanger as associate defence counsel. She has been self-employed for the past year. She has been involved in various activities of the Quebec Bar, notably as a teacher for the École du Barreau and more recently on the Professional Training Committee.

Criminal Law, Professional Law
English, French
Laval, Montréal

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Ioanna Lianis

A graduate of the Université de Montréal and member of the Quebec Bar, Esq. Lianis has been practicing criminal and penal law for more than ten years. Before opening her own firm in 2011, she worked for various private and governmental organizations. She is a member of the Association des avocats de la défense de Montréal, Laval et Longueuil (AADM). She pleads regularly before the courts. Esq. Lianis is also a member of the Association des Médiateurs Familiales du Québec (AMFQ). She acts as an accredited family mediator with commitment, accredited mediator for the Small Claims Division and volunteer citizen mediator for the organization Équijustice. Very involved in her community, she has sat on the boards of directors of non-profit organizations. She has also worked as a columnist for Droit-Inc.com and as a volunteer jurist for Éducaloi. Esq. Lianis participated in the documentary series “Infractions” broadcast on the Moi et cie and TVA networks, which provides a better understanding of the role of defense counsel, the reality experienced by people accused of criminal offenses and the judicial process.

Criminal Law, Family Mediation
English, French
Montérégie

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Eric Ouellet

Éric Ouellet is a lawyer, investigator and accredited mediator in dispute prevention and resolution. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Counselling with a Bachelor’s Degree in Educational and Vocational Guidance and a Master’s Degree in Dispute Prevention and Resolution. Esq. Ouellet’s expertise in labour law and particularly in the area of psychological and sexual harassment comes from a career of more than twenty years as a judge at the Tribunal administratif du travail (Labour Administrative Tribunal) in Montréal. Previously,he was Vice-President of the Syndicat de professionnelles et professionnels du gouvernement du Québec and rehabilitation counsellor at the Commission de la santé et de la sécurité au travail in Gaspésie and Saguenay Lac St-Jean.

 

Me Ouellet will be on vacation from September 16th until September 25th 2020.

Labor Law
French
Montréal

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Dominique Goudreault

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Diane Trudeau

Lawyer

Cynthia Lynch

Lawyer

Dominique Goudreault

A graduate of the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal, Esq. Dominique Goudreault has been a member of the Bar since 2013. Specialized in labour law, he works mainly in the defense of workers in health and safety cases (CNESST). His keen interest in the issues surrounding psychological harassment led him to found Veritas Conseil, firm offering services in the investigation of psychological harassment complaints, the development of internal policies and training on best practices in the prevention of harassment in the workplace.

Labor Law
English, French
Lanaudière, Laurentides, Laval, Mauricie, Montérégie, Montréal

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Diane Trudeau

Esq. Diane Trudeau is a senior counsel specializing in criminal and penal law who has been a member of the Legal Services Commission’s Legal Advisory and Litigation Department for thirty-one years. She has coordinated and participated in several committees aimed at protecting the rights of vulnerable persons and victims of physical, psychological and sexual abuse. She is a firm believer in the intrinsic power of the human being to heal and overcome the consequences and aftermath of abuse. She considers that a fair attitude, marked by compassion, listening and caring, is essential on the part of the various stakeholders in the justice system in order to accompany and support victims.

Criminal Law
English, French
Capitale-Nationale, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, Longueuil, Laval, Québec

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

Cynthia Lynch

Esq. Cynthia Lynch has been a member of the Outaouais Bar since 2014. She is a graduate of the Université de Sherbrooke. She is the eldest of six children born to the same parents. Following the tragic death of her brother in 2018, she developed a love for others and a desire to help them through life’s trials. She is currently undergoing training to understand and treat emotional wounds. This path allows her to develop a very human side as well as maintain her passion for her work.

Civil Law, Criminal Law, Tax Law
English, French
Outaouais
Gatineau, Hull
Charlotte Chicoine-Wilson

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Audrey Roch Genest

Lawyer

Amélie Jean

Lawyer

Charlotte Chicoine-Wilson

Charlotte Chicoine-Wilson is a lawyer practicing mainly in Aboriginal law. She first worked in a Montréal firm working with Aboriginal communities. She now practices in the Gaspé Peninsula, from where she continues to offer legal support and advice to First Nations. Charlotte graduated from the University of Ottawa with a Bachelor’s Degree in International and World Development and a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil Law. She has also completed a Master of Laws on the issue of recognition of Aboriginal judicial autonomy. In addition to the recognition of First Nations rights, Charlotte is interested in social justice and environmental issues.

Aboriginal Law, Environmental Law
English, French
Gaspésie–Îles-de-la-Madeleine
Gaspésie (between Rivière-au-Renard and Chandler)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Audrey Roch Genest

Esq. Audrey Roch Genest first completed a certificate in criminology followed by a certificate in victimology. She then obtained her Law Degree from the Faculty of Law of the Université de Montréal in 2018. During her studies, she was involved with the criminal law committee in order to set up supervised educational visits in prison settings. She also completed an internship with an organization that helps the unemployed. Among other things, she oriented her training in youth law, including youth protection, and in health law, specifically in mental health.

My level of English is intermediate.

Health Law, Housing, Juvenile Law
English, French
Estrie, Montérégie
Sherbrooke, Granby, Cowansville, St-hyacinthe, Longueuil, St-hyacinthe and Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Amélie Jean

Esq. Jean, who is originally from the Outaouais region, completed her Law Degree at the Université de Sherbrooke and was called to the Quebec Bar in December 2015. She also holds a Graduate Degree in Common Law and Transnational Law (Juris Doctor). She then joined the firm of Noël et Associés as an articling student and has been practicing there ever since, mainly in civil law, human rights law and labour law, specifically in the area of investigations for misconduct and harassment in the workplace. She is a hard-working, reliable and attentive person and these qualities are certainly assets in her practice and in her relations with clients.

Civil Law, Human Rights, Labor Law
English, French
Outaouais
Gatineau and surrounding area

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Amelia Salehabadi Fouques

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William Desrochers
William Desrochers

Lawyer

Stéphanie Horth
Stéphanie Horth

Lawyer

Amelia Salehabadi Fouques

Me Amélia Fouques is a lawyer at the Montréal Bar specializing in international business law, governance and sports law. She has more than thirty years of experience in litigation with prestigious multinationals such as Bombardier, Bell Canada, Cirque du Soleil and Soccer Canada, as well as with leading Canadian law firms. In addition to being perfectly bilingual in French and English, she is fluent in Spanish, German and Farsi. She attaches great importance to the values of mutual aid, solidarity and the dignity of every human being.

Governance, International Business Law, Sports Law
English, Farsi, French, German, Spanish
Laurentides, Montréal
Montréal region, Laurentians (between Mirabel and Mont-Tremblant)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

William Desrochers

William Desrochers

Admis au Barreau du Québec en 2012, Me William Desrochers est un avocat polyvalent qui exerce principalement en litige civil et familial, en plus d’être médiateur familial accrédité. Depuis 2018, Me Desrochers enseigne le droit des contrats, la responsabilité civile et le droit familial, tantôt à l’Université d’Ottawa, tantôt à l’École du Barreau. Il est un membre impliqué dans sa communauté, que ce soit en faisant du bénévolat ou en siégeant au sein de conseils d’administration ou de comités, et il valorise le travail pro bono, offrant régulièrement des services juridiques gratuitement dans l’intérêt public.

Civil Law, Family Law
English, French
Outaouais
Outaouais (Gatineau)

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Stéphanie Horth

Stéphanie Horth

Stéphanie Horth studied political science and Spanish at Concordia University, before beginning her Bachelor of Law at the University of Montréal. After law school, she completed an internship in criminal law. She has been a member of the Quebec Bar since 2009. After working in civil law, Stéphanie completed a Master’s Degree in International Law in Germany. While in Europe, Stéphanie worked with Airbnb, the Centre for Internet and Human Rights, and UN Migration. Back in Canada, Stéphanie is currently employed with the federal government.

Civil Law
English, French, German, Spanish
Montérégie, Montréal
Vaudreuil-Soulanges and West Island (Montreal)

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Raphaelle Desvignes
Raphaelle Desvignes

Lawyer

Pascale Lanctôt-Leroy

Lawyer

Nour Farhat
Nour Farhat

Lawyer

Raphaelle Desvignes

Raphaelle Desvignes

Esq. Raphaëlle Desvignes is a criminal lawyer, practicing with a social and human approach to law and representing persons charged with all types of offenses. When accompanying victims of criminal acts, she is attentive to the needs of each person and adapts accordingly. Accustomed to the helping relationship, she welcomes testimonies without judgment during meetings that promote exchange, in a framework that can be less formal, if desired, to facilitate sharing. She takes the time to clearly answer any questions or concerns of the person she meets, making sure that everything is clearly understood. She has a strong grasp of the law as it relates to sexual offenses. In parallel with her work, she is involved in various organizations, many of which have feminist and advocacy goals.

Criminal Law
English, French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Pascale Lanctôt-Leroy

Pascale acts as a consultant and investigator in a multidisciplinary consulting firm composed of psychologists, lawyers and human resources consultants. She is called upon to carry out various types of interventions in the workplace, including the management and investigation of complaints. Pascale oversees many cases of psychological harassment, sexual harassment and discriminatory harassment. She also provides training in her field. In order to resolve difficult situations, she has developed emphatic listening skills and acquired solid experience in the field.

Labor Law
English, French
Laurentides, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Greater Montréal, North Shore, Laurentians, South Shore, Montérégie to Bromont
Nour Farhat

Nour Farhat

Nour Farhat est avocate en litige civil et en droit constitutionnel au cabinet Gattuso Bourget Mazzone à Montréal. Titulaire d’une maîtrise en droit criminel, elle possède un intérêt marqué pour les enjeux relatifs aux droits et libertés de la personne, au droit criminel et constitutionnel et aux droits des femmes.  Me Farhat intervient régulièrement dans les médias afin de commenter les développements juridiques actuels, notamment en droit criminel et en droit constitutionnel québécois et canadien. Elle est impliquée depuis plusieurs années dans la promotion et la défense des droits humains fondamentaux.

Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Human Rights
Arabe, English, French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, Rive-Nord, Rive-Sud
Margaux Verger
Margaux Verger

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Jonathan Lamontagne
Jonathan Lamontagne

Lawyer

Jade Fortin
Jade Fortin

Lawyer

Margaux Verger

Margaux Verger

Me Margaux Verger a suivi sa formation de droit civil à l’Université de Montréal et l’a complétée à l’Université d’Ottawa en common law. Elle a débuté sa pratique au public et elle exerce actuellement dans un cabinet d’avocat favorisant l’accès à la justice. En effet, elle a toujours eu à cœur d’aider les citoyens et cela rejoint ses valeurs. Elle exerce principalement en droit civil, en droit du logement et en droit du travail. Elle a également de bonnes connaissances en droit administratif et en accès à l’information. Elle est à l’écoute, compréhensive et créative afin de rechercher des solutions pour ses clients. Elle priorise le travail d’équipe et souhaite collaborer à votre équipe au sein de ce projet.

Business Law, Civil Law, Family Law, Housing, Labor Law
English, French
Montréal
Jonathan Lamontagne

Jonathan Lamontagne

Me Jonathan Lamontagne has a law degree from Laval University since 1996 and is a member of the Quebec Bar since 2002. Originally from Victoriaville, he settled in Drummondville afters studies. He is particularly interested in the issue of harassment at work and, in 2004, he was invited to community television to talk about the new provisions of the law on labor standards. His career in labor law leads him to serve clients in great difficulty. The slogan of his study sums up his vision of the defense of rights: Your rights, our passion! He practices mainly in administrative and family law.

CNESST, Family Law, Housing law, Social Help
English, French
Centre-du-Québec
Drummondville, Victoriaville, Trois-Rivières, Saint-Hyacinthe
Jade Fortin

Jade Fortin

Me Jade Fortin tient sa formation de l’Université de Sherbrooke. Elle pratique actuellement dans un cabinet d’avocats favorisant l’accès au droit et à la justice puisque cette valeur lui tient grandement à cœur. Elle exerce principalement en droit civil, plus particulièrement en droit immobilier, en droit du logement, en droit du travail, etc. Elle est une avocate à l’écoute, empathique et bienveillante. Sa personnalité facilite la création d’un climat de confiance. Me Fortin est une personne qui aime travailler en équipe et c’est justement la proposition qu’elle vous fait, soit de collaborer pour vous aider.

Civil Law, Housing, Labor Law, Real estate Law
French
Montréal

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

Isabelle Gilles
Isabelle Gilles

Lawyer

Geneviève Péloquin

Lawyer

Francis Paradis
Francis Paradis

Lawyer

Isabelle Gilles

Isabelle Gilles

Isabelle Gilles is a human rights lawyer. She works on issues of women’s rights and other vulnerable groups, such as Indigenous communities. In particular, her team advises companies wishing to conduct their activities while recognizing the rights of local communities and their employees. In the past, Isabelle has worked, among others, for the Commission of Inquiry on the Construction Industry, for the Youth Protection Directorate and for the Montréal Legal Aid, Youth and Criminal and Penal sections. Isabelle lived for some time in Costa Rica and Ecuador.

Human Rights
English, French, Spanish
Montréal

Geneviève Péloquin

Esq. Geneviève Péloquin is currently working in a government environment as a Personal Protection Advisor. In this position, she plays an advisory role with people involved in conflict situations or psychological and/or sexual harassment in the workplace. Through her ability to listen and her expertise in the field, she facilitates discussions and accompanies the people she meets in the search for solutions. A lawyer and mediator accredited by the Institut de médiation et d’arbitrage du Québec (IMAQ), Esq. Péloquin is currently completing a Master’s Degree in Law in Dispute Prevention and Resolution (DRP) at the Université de Sherbrooke.

 

Esq. Péloquin will be on vacation until September 30th 2020.

Conflict Resolution Methods, Labor Law
French
Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, North Shore, South Shore
Francis Paradis

Francis Paradis

Me Francis Paradis graduated in law from Laval University in 2013 and was called to the Quebec Bar in 2015. Since January 2018, Me Francis Paradis is a partner of the firm BTLP Avocats Inc. which took over from the firm Lemieux Parent Théberge, lawyers sn.

Being passionate about everything related to the legal field, Me Paradis has a very wide field of practice and he works in various spheres of law. He focuses his practice on civil litigation, criminal and penal law, family law and labor law. Me Paradis carries out many cases each month and he is constantly on the front line before the courts as part of his practice. Me Paradis is also a criminal and penal prosecuting attorney for the Municipal Court of La Pocatière.

Criminal Law, Family Law, Labor Law, Litige civil
English, French
Chaudière-Appalaches
Montmagny to Rivière-du-loup

This lawyer represents or may have represented in his or her practice persons accused of sexual violence. Please note that the lawyer will never represent both your interests and the interests of the person(s) who has/have committed sexual violence against you, at the same time. A conflict of interest check is always carried out before a legal consultation.

This lawyer may, by agreement with you, undertake legal proceedings and represent you in court (before a judge). However, all fees related to these services will have to be negotiated between you and the partner lawyer since these fees are not covered by the programs. In other words, these are not free services.

David Vachon-Roseberry
David Vachon-Roseberry

Lawyer

Andrée-Anne Perreault-Girard
Andrée-Anne Perreault-Girard

Lawyer

David Vachon-Roseberry

David Vachon-Roseberry

Me David Vachon-Roseberry graduated from Laval University with specializations in criminal law, fundamental rights and freedoms and labor law. He is a generalist. After the Bar, he first worked in the police affairs of the Ministry of Public Security. He was then sworn as a lawyer and listed as a member of the Québec Bar in 2013 after his internship with the  Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions. Subsequently, the call of nature sent him to the far North of Quebec, where, based in Kuujjuaq he traveled frequently in the Inuit communities of Nunavik, especially to adress files related to hunting and fishing, housing, construction and intergovernmental relations. He brought his expertise to the Kativik Municipal Housing Office, then to Makivik where he also offered free legal advice to the Inuit of Nunavik. Three years later, Me Vachon-Roseberry came back to Quebec city, hi hometown to continue his graduate studies in law at Laval University and to work on his own, as wll as for the Fondation de la Faune (still at this day). Since May 2018, he has worked for the Cree Nation of Mistissini in may areas of the law, being the only lawyer in a village of just under 4,000 residents and located in the James Bay territory, where he pursues his passion for the outdoors.

Aboriginal Law, Administrative Law, Business Law, Civil Law, Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Governance, Housing, Housing law, Human Rights, Inheritance Law, Labor Law, Real estate Law, successions
English, French
Nord-du-Québec
James Bay
Andrée-Anne Perreault-Girard

Andrée-Anne Perreault-Girard

Andrée-Anne Perreault-Girard is a lawyer practicing in a shelter for abused women and children. On a daily basis, she offers information and legal advice, as well as accompaniment before legal and judicial bodies, and during meetings with authorities and youth protection workers. Previously, she worked for various community legal centers (legal aid), mainly in youth law and criminal law, subsidiarily in family law. Finally, she has also carried out mandates abroad and worked for the organization Avocats sans Frontière Canada.

 

Me Perreault-Girard will be on vacation until September 28th 2020.

Criminal Law, Family Law, Youth Law
English, French, Spanish
Laurentides, Laval, Montérégie, Montréal
Montréal, Laval, North Shore before St-Jérome, South Shore before Saint-Jean-sur-le-Richelieu, West Island and Vaudreuil-Valleyfield
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