Léonie
Boutin

Title : Lawyer Year of call : 2012

Expertise : aboriginal and constitutional law | labor and employment law

Léonie Boutin’s fields of specialty are civil liability, native affairs, personal law, and labor and employment law. She works with Aboriginal communities, handling specific claims.

She has a law degree from Université de Sherbrooke, where she took part in legal aid and youth law clinic activities.

Assistant: Raymonde Marchand, Alexandra Bisson

Expertise

  • Aboriginal and constitutional law ( First Nation governance, negotiation of treaties and other constitutional agreements, land claims and specific claims)
  • Labor and employment law (competition and duty of loyalty, federal labor law, human rights, collective bargaining, collective labor relations, individual labor relations)

Education

  • LL.B, Université de Sherbrooke (2011)

Professional experience

  • Cain Lamarre (Roberval) (2012 to present) (Saguenay: 2012, Saint-Félicien: 2011)

Lecturing, conferences, publications

  • Expert Évidence, a personal injury claims workshop, Ottawa (October 2014)
  • Simulated youth law trial, Université de Sherbrooke (2011)

Associations, committees, boards

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  • Lieutenant governor, Kiwanis Club, Division 17 – Saguenay–Lac-Saint-Jean–Chibougamau (2019 to 2021) and president, Kiwanis Club of Roberval (2017 to 2018)
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  • Coordinator, Opération Nez rouge, Roberval (2014 to 2016)
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  • Board member, Roberval Chamber of Commerce and Industry (2016 to 2019)
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  • Administrator, École de danse Studio Nord (2018 to present)