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Magali Fournier

Lawyer, Ad.E.

PROFILE

Me Magali Fournier has joined Brouillette Legal on November 1st, 2011. She is called upon to represent a variety of clients in different law fields, from best known such as civil and commerical litigation, to more elaborate such as Intellectual Property litigation, before all Quebec legal and administrative tribunals. She was involved in several substantial cases, some of which have required several months of hearing.

Me Fournier has always been very involved in the Bar affairs. In 2003, she was president of the Young Bar Association of Montreal and has served in various decision-making committees of the Bar of Montreal (council) and of the Bar of Quebec (Administrative Committee and General Council). Over the years, she has been, and still is, a member of several committees of the Bar of Montreal and the Bar of Quebec. In 2014, she was elected first councillor of the Bar of Montreal. She was also appointed Bâtonnière of Montreal for the year 2015-2016.

Me Fournier is also a member of the Bar of Quebec and an honorary life member of the Young Bar Association of Montreal.

VOCATIONAL TRAINING

Barreau du Québec (1996)
LL.B., Université d’Ottawa (1995)

PROFESSIONAL AND SOCIAL ACTIVITIES

Me Fournier has been invited as a guest speaker on several occasions on various topics, including the Mareva injunctions, practice and finance management, and the composition of boards under the new law on child care services.

Me Fournier has given interviews to journalistic medias on the functioning of the justice system, on her presidency at the Young Bar Association of Montreal and on some of her mandates.

Some of her interviews have been published in daily newspapers and journals, including the «National magazine» which is the journal of the Canadian Bar Association. Other of her interviews have been televised or broadcasted. In addition, she has participated as a lawyer guest in the television program «Place publique» aired on Radio-Canada.

SCOPES OF PRACTICE

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