Lawyer - Montréal
Béatrice Boucher is a lawyer in the Montréal office of Langlois lawyers and her practice is mainly focused on civil and commercial litigation. Her expertise is oriented towards insurance law, construction law and professional and civil liability.
Béatrice’s practice includes the drafting of proceedings, counselling, legal research and representations before civil tribunals.
During her law degree studies, she volunteered at the Centre d’entraide à l’étude Faculty of Law of University of Sherbrooke and at the Clinique Juridique Juripop de l’Estrie. She also assisted in researching a legal article published in municipal law. Béatrice has also worked in the publication of an issue of the Revue de droit de l’Université de Sherbrooke (RDUS).
- 2020 – Responding to public tenders: beware of unbalanced unit prices
- 2019 – Analysis of General Contractors’ Claims by Construction Professionals: One Step Further Towards Confidentiality
- 2019 – New Court of Appeal Construction Law Judgment: Is Learning of the Conclusions of the Plaintiff’s Expert’s Report the New Starting Point of the Prescription Period?
- 2019 – When Spring Weather Causes Nasty Surprises
- 2018 – Obligation to Disclose a Surety Bond to Potential Beneficiaries
Member of the administration committee of the Québec Bar’s Compensation Fund
Canadian Bar Association
Montreal Association of Insurance Women
Young Bar of Montréal
Microprogram in business, Montreal HEC, 2014
LL.B., Bachelor of Law, University of Sherbrooke, 2013
Areas of Practice