Lawyer - Quebec City
Émile Marcoux is a lawyer at Langlois lawyers’ Quebec City office. He practises primarily in the litigation and dispute resolution group. His practice includes insurance law as well as civil and professional liability.
Émile first joined Langlois lawyers as a law student in the summer of 2018 and articled with the firm in 2019. At the beginning of his professional life, Émile worked at various legal aid structures which provide support and assistance to individuals on varied questions of law. Known for his great attention to detail, his comprehensive analysis of complex legal issues and his thorough research on substantive questions, he always keeps in mind the immediate and long-term goals of our clients.
Furthermore, his oral advocacy skills have been recognized on several occasions, including at the mooting competition organized by the Young Bar of Quebec City, at which he won the “Rabat d’Or” prize for best pleader in 2019.
LL.B., Civil Law, Université Laval, 2018
Rankings & Recognitions
2nd place – Prix Paris-Montréal de la Francophonie, International public speaking competition, 2019
Le Rabat d’Or prize for best pleader awarded by the Young Bar of Quebec City , 2019
1st french best tandem – Gale mooting competition, 2018
1st prize in the Davies Ward Philips & Vineberg mooting competition, 2017
1st prize in the Langlois lawyers mooting competition, 2016
2019 – “Commentaire sur la décision Syndicat des copropriétaires du condominium Verrières VI c. Maddalon – Sinistre causé par un copropriétaire : le recours du syndicat de copropriété est-il fondé?” (Commentary on the Verrières VI syndicate of co-ownership v. Maddalon decision – Loss caused by a co-owner: Is the syndicate of co-ownership’s recourse founded?), co-author Samuel Gagnon, Repères, Éditions Yvon Blais, Montréal, décembre 2019, EYB2019REP2875