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Attorney Marie-Pier Bujold-Boutin joined Cain Lamarre in 2007 while she was a paralegal. She pursued her studies in law at Université Laval and was admitted to the Québec Bar in 2012 after completing her articling at our firm.

Since that time, she has served on the labor and employment law team, where she takes a special interest in the interpretation and application of collective agreements as well as remedies relating to occupational health and safety.

Her field of specialization:

  • Education and Early Childhood

Assistant: Doris Faucher


  • Labor and employment law (competition and duty of loyalty, human rights, pay equity, collective labor relations, occupational health and safety)
  • Education law (work-related injuries and illnesses, accreditation, grievance and dispute arbitration, employment insurance, disability insurance, judicial reviews, administrative law, personal law, pay equity, interpretation and enforcement of collective agreements, fundamental rights and freedoms, labor standards, pension plans, occupational health and safety)
  • Administrative law (constitutional law, administrative remedies, appealing government decisions)


  • LL.B., Université Laval (2010)
  • Diploma in paralegal studies, Collège Bart (2007)

Professional experience

  • Cain Lamarre (Quebec City) (2007 to present)
  • Canadian Commercial Arbitration Centre and Canadian Motor Vehicle Arbitration Plan (Quebec City)
  • Gaulin Linteau Croteau Petit Avocats (Quebec City)

Lecturing, conferences, publications

  • Teacher, Collège Bart, Course on the workings of the civil and criminal registries
  • Teacher, Collège Bart, Management of a legal documentation center, as part of the labor and employment law course
  • Collaboration on a lecture entitled Legal issues and warnings related to the teaching profession (labor and employment law)
  • Collaboration on a lecture entitled The impact of Web 2.0 in labor and employment law