We are pleased to announce that three newly called lawyers are joining the firm: Samuel Gendron and Alexis Pineault in the Québec City office and Thomas Stelmazuk-Côté in the Montréal office. After successfully completing their internship, these three talented lawyers have chosen to pursue their careers at Langlois.
We are pleased to announce that Caroline Briand has joined the firm as a partner. Caroline specializes in aboriginal law, constitutional law and administrative law within the litigation group in Montréal.
On the occasion of the Québec Bar’s virtual 2021Rentrée judiciaire ceremony, our partner Michel Jolin had the honour of being awarded the Medal of the Québec Bar Council to mark his 50th anniversary of admission to the profession. Michel is a leading figure among Québec litigators with a long and distinguished career in litigation
Langlois Lawyers maintains its position as one of Quebec’s best law firms, according to the 2022 Chambers Canada guide published by Chambers and Partners.
On September 1, Mylany David, a business law partner and a member of the firm’s board of directors who is consistently recognized as a leader in business and energy law, was appointed as a director of the INRS (Institut national de la recherche scientifique) Foundation at its annual meeting of members. Mylany sits on the INRS Foundation’s governance committee.
Langlois Lawyers is being recognized in the 2022 edition of the prestigious legal directory Best Lawyers in Canada, with 36 of its lawyers selected in some 30 practice areas. Furthermore, Paul-Arthur Gendreau and Tina Hobday were named Lawyer of the Year in their respective areas of Administrative and Public Law and Employee Benefits Law.