Lawyer - Montréal
Raphaelle Alimi-Lacroix is a lawyer in the labour and employment law group in Langlois lawyers’ Montréal office.
She assists clients and colleagues with a wide variety of legal matters in all areas of labour and employment law – provincial and federal levels – including labour standards, psychological harassment, collective labour relations, employment contracts, non-competition and non-solicitation, occupational health and safety, disciplinary measures and termination of employment. She also has a keen interest in constitutional and human rights issues and regularly acts in these types of files.
As part of her practice, Raphaelle is frequently called upon to draft legal opinions on complex issues. She also assists her colleagues in corporate law with mergers and acquisitions files.
Prior to her legal career, Raphaelle completed a bachelor’s degree in international relations and international law, focused on European affairs and human rights issues. She studied in Canada, Belgium and France.
She practises law in English and in French.
LL.B., Civil Law, Université de Montréal, 2017
Certification in EU Affairs, Sciences Po Lille, 2015
B.A., International Relations and International Law, University of Québec at Montréal, 2015
European studies, Université Libre de Bruxelles, 2014
Areas of Practice
- Administrative Law
- Business Law
- Disciplinary and Professional Law
- Education Law
- Government and Public Affairs
- Human Rights and Freedoms
- Labour & Employment Law
- Labour Relations
- Labour Standards
- Litigation and Dispute Resolution
- Mergers & Acquisitions
- Non-competition Clauses and Restrictive Covenants
- Occupational Health & Safety
- 2019 – The Right to Die with Dignity: The Quebec Superior Court Rules
- 2018 – The Reinforced Building Act: Obtaining and Retaining a Contractor’s Licence Has Become More Difficult
- 2018 – Caron: The Supreme Court Reiterates the Employer’s Duty to Accommodate
- 2017 – The Comeau Case: Are We Headed for Liberalized Interprovincial Trade in Canada? The Supreme Court Will Soon Decide.