Lawyer - Montréal
Mike Siméon is a lawyer in the litigation group in Langlois lawyers’ Montréal office.
His practice focuses in particular on class actions, insurance law, regulatory penal law and corporate governance.
During his law studies, Mike was vice-president of the Université de Montréal chapter of the Black Law Students’ Association of Canada, where he was involved in the creation of various initiatives to promote diversity within the legal community. In addition, he worked as a research assistant at the Centre for the Law of Business and International Trade, as well as at the Observatory on National Security Measures. He received various awards during his studies, including the 2018 Aubrey-Vincent-Senez Scholarship.
Previously, Mike served for 10 years in the Canadian Armed Forces Primary Reserve. During his military service, he took part in an overseas operation and held a position in the 2nd Canadian Division Headquarters.
He is fluent in English, French and Creole.
LL.M., Master of Laws, Université de Montréal (pending)
Certificate of Legal Studies in Anti-Corruption Law, American University Washington College of Law, 2017
LL.B., Bachelor of Laws, Université de Montréal, 2017
Diploma in Management, McGill University, 2016
B.Sc., Bachelor of Science (Major in Political Science, Minor in Arabic Studies), Université de Montréal, 2013
Rankings & Recognitions
Aubrey-Vincent-Senez Scholarship, 2018