Lawyer - Montréal
Raphaelle Alimi-Lacroix is a lawyer in Langlois lawyers’ Montréal office. Her practice is primarily focused on labour and employment law.
She joined Langlois lawyers in the summer of 2017 as a law student, and subsequently completed her articles at the firm in 2018.
She primarily advises employers on all aspects of labour and employment law. She also works in matters involving constitutional law and administrative law.
While studying for her law degree, she worked in the legal department of the Tribunal administratif du Québec. She also worked as a research assistant in constitutional law at the Faculty of Law of University of Montréal. Prior to becoming a lawyer, she received a bachelor’s degree in international relations and international law, focused on European affairs and human rights issues. She studied in Montréal, Brussels and Lille.
She practises law in English and in French.
LL.B., Civil Law, University of 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
- 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.