Alix Casgrain practises civil and commercial litigation and focuses on matters relating to constitutional law, product liability and construction law.
Having first joined Langlois in 2021 as a law student, Alix went on to successfully complete her articling with the firm in 2022. During her law studies at the Université de Montréal, Alix worked as a research assistant for the Dean of her faculty.
She practises law in English and in French.
- 2022 – The Court of Appeal finds that the principle of proportionality does not extend the scope of the doctrine of forum of necessity
2021 – Contribution to the update of the JurisClasseur: Marie-Josée Hogue, Elisabeth Neelin and Véronique Roy, “Arbitrage” [Arbitration], Fascicle 3, JurisClasseur Québec – Procédure civile I, LexisNexis Canada
Bachelor of Laws, LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2021