Lawyer - Quebec City
Audrey Bolduc-Boisvert is a lawyer in the insurance law group of Langlois Lawyers in its Quebec City office.
Audrey practices primarily in the areas of insurance law and civil and professional liability, and represents professionals, businesses and insurers before civil courts.
She is particularly interested in life and health insurance matters, having worked in the field of individual and group disability insurance before joining the firm in the summer of 2018.
Audrey was called to the bar in 2016 after graduating from Laval University with a Bachelor of Laws degree. During her studies, she completed a semester abroad in France at the Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3 where she studied comparative law. She also volunteered with the legal aid clinic at Laval University.
She carries on her practice in both English and French.
LL.B., Civil Law, Laval University, 2015
International Profile: Semester of comparative law studies at the Université Jean Moulin Lyon 3, France, 2013
2020 – “Commentaire sur la décision Acier Century c. Ville de Montréal – Les principes du partage de responsabilité dans le cadre de fautes contributoires” (Case comment on Acier Century v. Ville de Montréal Principles linked to shared responsibility with respect to contributory negligence), coauthored with Antoine Veillette, Repères, EYB2020REP3163, October 2020.
2020 – “Commentaire sur la décision Partner Reinsurance Company Ltd. c. Optimum Réassurance Inc. – La compétence internationale des tribunaux québécois en matière d’interprétation culturelle” (Case comment on the Partner Reinsurance Company Ltd. v. Optimum Réassurance Inc. – The international competence of Quebec tribunal in terms of cultural interpretation), co-authored with Élisabeth Lachance and Lana Rackovic, Repères, EYB2020REP3079, June 2020 (PDF in French only).
Since 2020 – Member, Committee for Dispute Prevention and Resolution Processes, Barreau de Québec (The Bar of Quebec City)
Since 2020 – Québec Association of Insurance Women
Member of the Young Bar of Quebec City