Me Laurie-Ann Laveau practices mainly in civil and commercial litigation.
She joined the firm in May 2022 as a law student, then successfully completed her articling with the Barreau du Québec. Her practice focuses on civil liability, bankruptcy and insolvency, shareholder disputes and breach of contract. She is also called upon to work on certain construction law and professional liability cases. Finally, she intervenes in extraordinary remedies including injunctions, declaratory judgments, safeguard orders and seizure orders.
A law graduate from Université Laval, Me Laveau has distinguished herself throughout her university career by her involvement in the student and legal communities. Interested in legal issues in aboriginal communities, she sits on various committees and associations. This interest also enabled her to work on the legal team of an aboriginal community, where she gained experience with this type of clientele. She also participated in the 2021 edition of the Coupe de la doyenne, a simulated court competition of the Université Laval School Tribunal in which she won the prize for best appellant’s brief in the 2022 edition of the Coupe de la doyenne.