Bar Admission 1996
Law degree, Université de Montréal (LLB)
Master’s degree, Université de Montréal
A Montreal lawyer, Isabelle concentrates her practice in civil litigation. Prior to joining Therrien Couture Joli-Coeur, she practiced in private practice and served as head of the litigation sector. She was also a Construction Litigation Coordinator with APCHQ Legal Services and assisted the Director of the firm and Vice-President of Legal Affairs at the administrative level.
She has given lectures to members of the Bar and training courses for construction contractors, as well as presentations and articles. She also has a duty to perfect her knowledge by participating in numerous legal training sessions.
Dedicated to her profession, she is a training supervisor and she acts as a mentor within the office. She was also involved as a member of the Disciplinary Council of the Quebec Bar and is a member of the liaison committee between the Montreal Bar and the CAIJ. Isabelle was also president of the Saint-Hyacinthe Lawyers' Association from 2010 to 2015.
Isabelle handles the notions of procedure and evidence with ease and skill thanks to her vast experience as a litigator. She can demonstrate listening, empathy, availability, integrity and rigor.
- Civil Litigation
- Construction Law
- Debt Collection
- Inheritance Law
- Latent Defects
- Legal Hypothecs for Construction
I have pleaded before various bodies and have participated in numerous settlement conferences presided over by judges. I adapt to the requirements of my clients and actively involved them in the evolution of their file.
I am particularly fond of sports, which, as the practice of law, combines discipline, work, rigor and strategy. Besides, I am involved as a volunteer chef of La Boucle du Grand Défi Pierre Lavoie. I also have been as a dispatcher at the coordination base since 2016 for this same organization. I was also a volunteered as Governor of a junior AAA hockey team for a few years.
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