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LÉONIE
Boutin

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, Danielle Allard

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

  • Member, Kiwanis Club
  • Coordinator, Operation Red Nose in Roberval