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Five women named partners at Langlois

Friday, February 02, 2018 @ 1:41 PM | By Carolyn Gruske


The Montreal and Quebec City offices at Langlois lawyers are now the home of five new partners.

Katherine Loranger is a litigator who practises insurance law, commercial commercial real estate law, franchise law, professional liability and manufacturer’s liability.

Elisabeth Neelin specializes in civil and commercial litigation, especially matters involving commercial disputes, civil and professional liability and regulatory investigations.

Véronique Roy has a civil and commercial litigation practice and handles civil and professional liability and insurance law.

Renée-Maude Vachon-Therrien is an insurance law specialist and focuses on general civil liability and professional liability in the real estate and construction sectors.

Kateri Vincent practises Aboriginal law and administrative and labour law.

“We have a pool of extremely talented women lawyers at our firm,” said Jean-François Gagnon, the chief executive officer of Langlois lawyers. “It is important for us to recognize their achievements and encourage them to take on positions of greater responsibility.”