Bar Admission 2014
Law degree, Université Laval (LLB)
A Quebec City lawyer, labour, family and youth law dominate Leta's practice and represent her areas of expertise.
Leta represents employers and individuals before all courts, in particular the Court of Québec, the Superior Court and the Court of Appeal, in both French and English.
She is a director of the Jeune Chambre de commerce de Québec, President of the board of directors of the Rouge et Or rugby club at Laval University and participated in the second cohort of the Leadership au féminin program presented by the Chambre de commerce et d'industrie de Québec.
Bilingual, attentive to her clients' needs and in search of practical solutions, she respects the best interests of children in family and youth law cases.
- Family Law
- Labour and Employment Law
- Labour Relations
- Labour Standards
- Youth Law
I practice law as a doctor practices medicine, to help and accompany my clients in difficult times. In search of long-term solutions, I prioritize transparency, humanity and objectivity.
Social involvement is very important to me. Eager to give back, I am still involved in my community, especially with the Rouge et Or rugby club of Laval University. This cause is close to my heart as I benefited from the supervision of this high level women's sports program as a student-athlete. To accompany these young women in their quest for academic success and to be at the forefront of their athletic exploits is a privilege.
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