Vincent Blais-Fortin has joined the firm as a lawyer in 2015 after having completed his professional internship at the office. He regularly advises and represents cooperatives and individuals in the areas of housing law, cooperative law and general civil law. Mr. Blais-Fortin is involved in several major class action lawsuits controlled by the office, which allowed him to quickly develop reflexes and legal skills necessary for the exercise of his profession. He also completes mandates in corporate law and contract review.
Mr. Blais-Fortin has completed his law degree at the University of Montréal. During his studies, he was a research assistant of Professor Danielle Pinard. He also clerked for two judges of the Superior Court of Quebec for a year. This experience allowed him to develop a strong interest in litigation and a better understanding of the expectations of judges vis-à-vis lawyers.