Véronique Roy

Lawyer, Partner

Québec Bar 2008

T +1 514 842 7809

Véronique Roy is a litigation practitioner at Langlois Lawyers in Montréal.

She acts in matters primarily involving civil and professional liability, insurance law and constitutional law. She also advises clients involved in contractual disputes. She is frequently called upon to draft appeal factums and legal opinions on complex issues, and regularly works on files heard by at all levels of civil courts.

She has gained solid experience as a defence counsel in product liability disputes, representing manufacturers, distributors, vendors and suppliers in local disputes as well as in matters raising issues of private international law.

She has also developed significant expertise in negotiating out-of-court dispute settlements.

She has published articles or chapters on contractual, extra-contractual and constitutional matters, as well as on the subject of arbitration.

After graduating from McGill University law school with Great Distinction, she clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada for Justice Louis LeBel in 2007-2008.

In 2017, she was nominated for an award in the Social Involvement /Pro bono category at the Leaders of Tomorrow gala of the Montreal Young Bar association.