Bar Admission 2020
Law degree, Université de Montréal (LLB)
Juris Doctor – North American Common Law from the Université de Montréal
Bachelor of Science (B. sc.) – International Studies from the Université de Montréal
A Montreal lawyer, Éliot’s practice consists mainly of civil and commercial litigation as well as real estate law. He collaborates with businesses of all sizes, from major players in their field to small businesses as well as numerous non-profit organizations whose interests he has at heart. Éliot has been a member of the Young Bar of Montreal Association since 2020. His practice also leads him to mandates in estate law and human rights law.Read more
Throughout his academic and professional career, Éliot has had the opportunity to study and work abroad, in particular in Paris where he was able to benefit from experience with an international firm. His multiple experiences have allowed him to acquire new perspectives on the law and sharpen his analytical skills.
He is appreciated for his interpersonal skills, his ability to listen and his dedication to a job well done.
- Banking Litigation
- Civil Litigation
- Commercial Litigation
- Debt Collection
- Latent Defects
- Real Estate Law
- Residential Real Estate
- Shareholder Disputes
My multidisciplinary university education has allowed me to develop my critical sense and to learn to always get to the bottom of things. Beyond the legal response, I am committed to finding the solution that will meet the needs of my clients and I am totally invested in meeting this objective.
Involvement has always been for me a source of surpassing myself as well as a way of giving back to my community. Being very involved in university, where I chaired the Association des étudiants et des étudiantes aux études supérieures en éducation (ACSE) and co-founded the Constitutional Rights Committee, I continue this commitment today by collaborating with the Juri-Conseil aux entreprises service of the Jeune Barreau de Montréal.
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