Langlois hires three articling students as new lawyers

Catherine Duguay-Blackburn, Marie-Laurence Goyette and Catherine MacLean are joining Langlois

We are pleased to announce that three newly called lawyers are joining the firm : Catherine Duguay-Blackburn, Marie-Laurence Goyette and Catherine MacLean. After successfully completing their six-month internship, these three talented lawyers have chosen to pursue their careers at Langlois.

Catherine Duguay-Blackburn join our litigation group. In the course of her practice, Catherine works on a variety of cases, including commercial litigation, construction law and contractual and extra-contractual liability. She also acts in class action and commercial fraud cases.

Marie-Laurence Goyette join our litigation group. Marie-Laurence’s practice focuses on civil and commercial litigation, with an emphasis on all matters relating to class actions, access to information and administrative law. She has a particular interest in privacy and data protection.

Catherine MacLean practices primarily on civil litigation, commercial litigation and labour and employment law. During her studies, she did a research internship at the Québec Superior Court. As part of her law program, she also worked as a research assistant, analyzing dispute prevention and resolution processes.

We are pleased to have these emerging talents on our team to contribute to our clients’ success.

About Langlois Lawyers 
Langlois Lawyers is Québec’s largest independent law firm, with nearly 150 practising lawyers in the Greater Montréal and the city of Québec areas and around 300 team members working to provide our clients with a complete range of high-quality legal services in civil and commercial litigation, business law, and labour and employment law. With a reputation for excellence, the firm has received numerous distinctions in 2020, including being named Regional Law Firm of the Year in Canada by Chambers and Partners and ranking first among the Top 10 Quebec Regional Law Firms in Canadian Lawyer magazine.

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