Bar Admission 2016
Law degree, Université de Sherbrooke
MBA, Université de Sherbrooke
Fond of legal challenges and debates, Raphaëlle is a member of our litigation team. She also practices in the areas of labour and employment law.
During her studies, Raphaëlle was able to expand her knowledge by working in different areas, such as in a large financial services firm and an international firm.
She also completed an academic internship with the American-Turkish Council and participated in The Washington Center program, from which she received a bursary from the Department of State Foreign Service. Raphaëlle also has an MBA, which undoubtedly gives her an edge in understanding the issues affecting our business clients.
Her passion, determination and desire to be innovative in her law practice explain why Raphaëlle is a lawyer who is particularly appreciated by both her colleagues and her clients.
- Civil litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Construction Defects
- Construction Law
- Labour and Employment Law
- Latent Defects
- Legal Hypothecs for Construction
In my daily practice, I assist my colleagues on both the litigation and labour law teams. I especially appreciate the opportunity to work with professionals in different fields in order to continually expand my field of expertise.
Developments in Non-competition LawRegister
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Real Estate Law SeminarRegister
8:30 AM to 4:30 PM
Coffee & Dessert with a Notary: Protect yourself!Register
7:30 PM to 9:00 PM
Labour and Employment Law SeminarRegister
8:30 AM to 12:30 PM
Corporate Values: A Management Tool or only a Marketing Strategy?Register
Lunch & Learn for EntrepreneursRegister
12:00 PM to 1:30 PM
Finance & Innovation PERFORMANCERegister
8:00 AM to 9:30 AM
Business Negotiating: Novice or Pro?Register
Food Fraud: Is Your Organisation at Risk?Register
Business, Commercial and Corporate
CETA, a competitive advantage for Canadian businesses
At a time when the United States has withdrawn from the Trans-Pacific Partnership and Canada and Mexico are facing numerous threats from President Trump to withdraw from NAFTA, the time has come for the liberalization of markets between Canada and (…)
Provincial Prohibition in the 21st century
Canadians travelling abroad, especially those returning with a few too many bottles, are familiar with the legal limits on importing alcohol into Canada.
Technology, Intellectual Property and Communications
Cyber-Attacks, Personal Data and Your Business
Last Friday’s cyber-attack was a wake-up call for many businesses, individuals, and government institutions.
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