Lawyer - Montréal
Marie-Laure Saliah-Linteau is a lawyer in the litigation practice group at Langlois Lawyers’ Montréal office. She joined the Langlois Lawyers team as a student during the summer of 2019 and completed her articling in 2020.
In the course of her practice, Marie-Laure is involved in a wide variety of cases, focusing on commercial litigation, administrative law, as well as contractual and extra-contractual liability. She is also involved in class action cases.
In addition to her integrated bachelor’s degree in civil and common law from McGill University, Marie-Laure also majored in International Human Rights and Development. She studied in Montréal and Amsterdam, in the Netherlands, where she became interested in European and international law.
During her studies, Marie-Laure acted as supervisor at the McGill University Legal Information Clinic. She also worked at the Centre for Legal Pluralism and Human Rights before joining the Board of Directors, representing McGill University’s Faculty of Law undergraduate students.
B.C.L./LL.B., integrated Bachelor of Civil Law and Common Law program, McGill University, 2019
Major concentration in International Human rights and Development, McGill University, 2019
Rankings & Recognitions
Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg Fund for Community Engagement, 2017
Gaz Metro’s Community Involvement Award, 2017
Honourable Mr. Justice Morris J. Fish Internship Award, 2016
Michael Novak and Kathleen Weil Human Rights Internship Award, 2016
2017-2019 – Representative of the undergraduate students of the McGill University’s Faculty of Law on the Board of Directors of the Centre for Legal Pluralism and Human Rights