Raphaëlle Renzo-Gaudet is a lawyer at Langlois Lawyers’ Québec City office. She practises primarily in the areas of civil litigation, commercial litigation and labour and employment law.
Raphaëlle joined the firm in the summer of 2019 as a law student and completed her articling internship there in 2020.
During her academic career, she completed a semester abroad at Toulouse 1 Capitole University, in France, where she studied comparative and international law. While at law school, she also volunteered for Pro Bono Students Canada.
She carries on her practice in both English and French.
2021 – “Des plages d’Honolulu au chalet en Estrie : le télétravail est-il un droit ou un privilège?” (From a beach in Honolulu to the cottage in Estrie: Is working from home a right or a privilege?), co-authored with Jonathan Garneau, Proforma, Volume 91, June 2021, p. 17.
2020 – “Chronique – Développements récents en matière d’interrogatoire préalable” (Opinion column on recent developments relating to examinations for discovery), coauthored with Élizabeth Lachance and Victoria Lemieux-Brown, Repères, Yvon Blais Editions, EYB2020REP3146, September 2020 (PDF in French only).
Since 2020 – Member of the Jeune Barreau de Québec
Bachelor of Laws, LL.B., international studies profile, Université Laval, 2018
Rankings & Recognitions
Excellence Scholarship, Association des juristes italo-canadiens du Québec (ACIJQ), 2019
Bachelor of Laws Admission Scholarship, Université Laval, 2015
Lieutenant Governor of Québec’s Youth Medal, 2015
Areas of Practice