Bar Admission 2017
Law degree, Université Laval (LLB)
Master’s Degree in International and Transnational Law
Bachelor of Public Affairs and International Relations, Université Laval
Émilie practices mainly in labour law and civil litigation, including real estate law. She has also worked in international law.
Émilie represents employers before administrative tribunals, arbitration tribunals and ordinary courts, as well as drafting contracts, legal opinions and collective agreements.
She describes herself as, above all, an artist. In addition to performing frequently in concert, she sings daily and is passionate about the stage.
As a professional, she is distinguished by her attention to detail and the quality of her verbal and written expression. Émilie knows how to be original in the proposed solutions.
- Collective Agreement Negotiation
- Collective Dismissal and Layoff
- Disciplinary Measures and Dismissal
- Employment Agreements
- Employment Injury Claims Management
- Grievance Arbitration and Adjudication
- Labour and Employment Law
- Labour Standards
- Workplace Harassment
- Workplace Health and Safety
Labour law allows me to work daily with employers and support them in the growth and internal management of their organization. Labour law allows not only to work in the litigious sphere of law, but also in the preventive sphere, which is very interesting and stimulating. We must see the blows come in advance and advise clients in a perspective of prevention and anticipation of risk.
Mental health causes are particularly important to me. This is a matter in which people need to be made aware so that those suffering can get help more easily. I am a member of the Mental Health Committee of the Young Bar Association of Quebec.
I am involved in and participate in the cultural life of Quebec City and I am a member of La Baratte's Board of Directors.
Labour and Employment
COVID-19: Closure of Businesses and Non-Essential Services
At its daily press briefing on March 23, the provincial government ordered the closure of all non-essential businesses and services, effective Wednesday, March 25 at 00:01 a.m.
COVID-19: Federal and Quebec Governments Offer Assistance to Businesses and Workers
The COVID-19 pandemic brings its share of disruptions around the world, but also in Quebec, affecting all spheres of the economy as well as employees, the self-employed and owners of small, medium and large businesses.
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