Langlois is pleased to announce the addition of Julie Paré to its Montréal Litigation Group. Ms. Paré practises in the areas of Aboriginal law, Education law, Constitutional and Administrative law. She is concerned with issues related to the recognition of treaty and Aboriginal rights, environmental protection, sustainable socioeconomic development and education.
She represents Aboriginal governments and organizations in matters of governance and internal policies, drafting of local by-laws, negotiation of agreements, consultation processes as well as the implementation of Aboriginal and treaty rights.
“I am thrilled to be joining the Langlois Lawyers team to pursue my practice, focusing on Aboriginal and education law. I was drawn to Langlois by its genuine spirit and human values, as well as by the relentless pursuit of excellence that drives all of its professionals. It is with the support of this team of experts that I embark on this new professional chapter with confidence and passion,” says Julie Paré.
Having worked in the legal department of a school service centre, Ms. Paré gained expertise in the fields of education law and in access to education by and for all. Her experience enables her to provide clients with a wider and practical perspective on education law in Quebec. She has served as Director and Vice-President of the Comité régional d’éducation pour le développement international de Lanaudière (CRÉDIL) since 2019.
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