Lawyer, Partner - Montréal
Gabrielle Brochu works mainly in civil and commercial litigation, insurance law, professional liability, and disciplinary issues.
In the course of her practice, she has represented insurers, businesses and professionals before civil, administrative and disciplinary courts and tribunals. She has also been involved in class action suits.
In 2010, Gabrielle completed a Masters Degree in Private International Law in which she addressed a number of legal issues raised when Quebec workers are temporarily assigned to work abroad.
2010 - LL.M., Private International Law, Laval University – Mention of excellence
2000 - LL.B., Laval University and Université Montpellier – Dean’s list
Rankings & Recognitions
Areas of Practice
Children’s day camp
Representation in a lawsuit alleging liability for bodily injury sustained by a seriously handicapped child.
2010 - “Resident physicians and civil liability”, seminar presented to surgery students at Laval University
2010 and 2008 - ”The legal risks of private practice”, training workshop held during symposiums organized by the Canadian Medical Protective Association.
2007 - “The difference between employees and self-employed workers”, lecture before the Association québécoise des informaticiens et informaticiennes indépendants
Since 2017 – Member of the board of directors of Suicide Action Montreal (SAM)
Since 2007 – Gabrielle Brochu teaches evidence and civil procedure to students at École du Barreau.