Lawyer - Montréal
Virginie Beauchemin practises primarily public and administrative law as well as civil and commercial litigation in Langlois Lawyers’ Montréal office.
Virginie started at the firm as a student in the summer of 2016 and went on to complete her articles there in 2018. She decided to study law after working for three years as a legal assistant in the area of business law. During her university studies, she spent a semester at the Grenoble Law School in France where she studied intellectual property and developed her legal drafting skills.
While at the firm she had the opportunity to participate in the drafting of a book on the best strategies for contracting for and with public bodies that are subject to the Act respecting contracting by public bodies.
LL.B., Civil Law (international profile), Laval University, 2016
Areas of Practice
2019 – “Et si vous pouviez écarter les entrepreneurs, fournisseurs et prestataires de services négligents“, (What if you could exclude contractors, suppliers and service provider who are careless?), Carrefour, L’approvisionnement municipal, un domaine en constante évolution, a magazine by the Corporation des officiers municipaux agréés du Québec (COMAQ), automne 2019 [in French only]
2018 – Contributed to writing the book Contrats municipaux – Manuel sur les meilleures stratégies, 2e édition, co-authored by partners and lawyers Sébastien Laprise and Jean‑Benoît Pouliot, Wolters Kluwer CCH, December 2018
2017 – Participated in drafting the article “Penal Offences: a Minimum Fine Deemed Unconstitutional” by Jean‑Benoît Pouliot and Éric Thibaudeau, September 12, 2017
2016 – Participated in drafting the book Contrats des organismes publics – Manuel sur les meilleures stratégies (Contracts of Public Bodies: Manual of Best Strategies) by Sébastien Laprise and Jean‑Benoît Pouliot, Wolters Kluwer CCH, November 2016
2018 – Jeune Barreau de Québec (Young Bar of Quebec City)