Langlois hires three articling students as new lawyers
We are pleased to welcome Bruno-Olivier Bureau, Rachel Camiré and Marie-Laure Saliah-Linteau, three newly called lawyers, to our firm.
After completing their six-month internship, these three emerging talents have accepted our offer to pursue their careers with us, respectively in civil and commercial litigation, insurance law, and business law.
“We are very proud to welcome these young lawyers to our Langlois team. Throughout their training, they have shown great professionalism while respecting our values. In the unprecedented circumstances imposed by the pandemic, our firm has become better, more united and more agile. I hope these new lawyers will continue to grow with us while contributing to the firm’s development” highlights Jean-François Gagnon, Langlois CEO, Jean‑François Gagnon.
- Bruno-Olivier Bureau is a lawyer in the business law group While at the firm, Bruno-Olivier took part in various transactions including business acquisitions, corporate finance and corporate reorganizations. Bruno-Olivier also provides legal and business advice to young businesses in the start-up and growth phases.
- Marie-Laure Saliah-Linteau is a lawyer in the litigation practice group. 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.
- Rachel Camiré practises primarily in the areas of civil litigation, commercial litigation and insurance law. Rachel joined the firm as a law student during the summer of 2019 and completed her articling internship in 2020.