Lawyer - Montréal
Justine Brien practices civil and commercial litigation in the Montréal office of Langlois lawyers.
She joined Langlois lawyers in the summer of 2016 as a law student and completed her articles at the firm in 2017. Justine graduated from the McGill University Faculty of Law’s integrated B.C.L./LL.B. program with degrees in both civil law and common law.
She practices law in English and French.
B.C.L./LL.B., integrated Bachelor of Civil Law and Common Law program, McGill University, 2015
Areas of Practice
- 2018 – The New Mandatory Data Breach Reporting Regimes: Four Key Elements
- 2018 – Unenforceability in the U.S. a Non-Starter When Google Returns to the BC Supreme Court
- 2018 – Drafting a Mediation Clause: Important Factors to Consider
- 2018 – Not Just a “Beer Case” : The Supreme Court Confirms the Constitutionality of Certain Provincial Non-Tariff Trade Barriers
- 2018 – Free Internet-Service Contracts Caught up by Consumer Protection Legislation in Quebec
2019 – “Commentaire sur la décision Benisty c. Kloda – L’authenticité : le sens juridique du terme” (Case comment on Benisty v. Kloda – Authenticity: the legal meaning of the term), co-authored with Elisabeth Neelin, Repères, Éditions Yvon Blais, June 2019, EYB2019REP2771.
2019 – “The Autorité des marchés publics is the new actor in the Quebec public contracts regime”, co-authored with Sophie Perreault, Canadian Lawyer, April 30, 2019.
2018 – “Free Internet-Service Contracts Caught up by Consumer Protection Legislation in Quebec”, co-authored with Justine Brien, Internet and E-Commerce Law in Canada, Volume 18, Number 11, March 2018.
Since 2017 – Member of the Jeunes Premiers committee of the Théâtre du Nouveau Monde (TNM)
Since 2017 – Member of the board of directors of the association of Quebec landscape architects (AAPQ)