Julie Gaudreault-Martel, a lawyer specializing in tax litigation, embodies courage, audacity, and undeniable efficiency. Her legal expertise encompasses all aspects of corporate and individual taxation, consumption taxes, and complex legal issues related to tax disputes, including cases of a criminal nature.
Her diverse clientele consists of small and medium-sized enterprises, as well as entrepreneurs from various sectors such as manufacturing, construction, real estate, services, partnerships, trusts, and successions. She intervenes at every stage of the administrative process, from audit to recovery, including objections. Simultaneously, a part of her practice is dedicated to the establishment and structure of charitable organizations.
Beyond her legal skills, Julie is deeply involved in her community. Since September 2023, she has been in charge of the Clinique juridique OBNL at Université de Montréal in collaboration with Pro Bono Québec. She has served on the Board of Directors of Viomax/Adaptavie and as President of the Board of Directors of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Montreal for 2 years. She was also a member of the Board of Directors of Charité Unlock. Her outstanding social commitment was recognized in 2017 with the Rajpattie-Persaud pro bono award from ABC Québec, underlining her remarkable social involvement.
Furthermore, Julie has served as a research director in the context of supervised work for the Master’s in Law, specializing in taxation at HEC Montreal. This multidimensional approach reveals a professional who, beyond her impact in the legal field, contributes significantly to the community and education, embodying a unique balance between legal expertise and social responsibility