Chloé Jobin is a lawyer in Langlois Lawyers’ Quebec City office. She practises primarily in the area of civil and commercial litigation, with a focus on bankruptcy and insolvency, and the realization of securities. She also handles files involving privacy issues and access to information requests.
Her clients include financial institutions, bankruptcy trustees and public bodies.
During her university career, Chloé studied business law and international law at Bucerius Law School in Germany, which allowed her to broaden her knowledge of those areas of the law, as well as her vocabulary of English legal terminology.
Chloé practices law in both English and French.
LL.B., Civil Law, Laval University, 2013
Certificate in Business Law, Laval University, 2012
Rankings & Recognitions
Dean’s List, Faculty of Law, Laval University, 2012-2013
Areas of Practice
2015 – Coauthor of the article “Lobbying legislation reform in Quebec: what you need to know”
Canadian Bar Association
Young Bar of Quebec City