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Marilyn Tétrault-Beaudoin

Lawyer

Combing through your files with a passion. 

Marilyn focuses her practice within the construction law and commercial litigation teams.

She is called upon to participate at all stages of construction matters, from pre-contractual phases through the resolution of contractors’ claims, including matters involving legal hypothecs (workmen’s liens) and suretyship (bonding) issues.

A true team player, her colleagues regularly call on her services owing to the quality of her analyses, her seasoned legal research skills and her strong legal drafting abilities both with respect to contracts and pleadings.

Over the course of her articles and the early part of her career, Marilyn has cultivated a diversified experience, ranging from public international law to Quebec contract law, which allows her to appreciate a problem from a variety of angles in order to craft bespoke solutions, an aptitude developed in part through her experience in having previously worked as a research lawyer at the Quebec Superior Court.

Marilyn embodies values ​​of openness and inclusion, reflected in her involvement as a member of “les Elles de la Construction”, an industry group which promotes the participation and visibility of women in the construction industry.

Combing through your files with a passion. 

Marilyn focuses her practice within the construction law and commercial litigation teams.

She is called upon to participate at all stages of construction matters, from pre-contractual phases through the resolution of contractors’ claims, including matters involving legal hypothecs (workmen’s liens) and suretyship (bonding) issues.

A true team player, her colleagues regularly call on her services owing to the quality of her analyses, her seasoned legal research skills and her strong legal drafting abilities both with respect to contracts and pleadings.

Over the course of her articles and the early part of her career, Marilyn has cultivated a diversified experience, ranging from public international law to Quebec contract law, which allows her to appreciate a problem from a variety of angles in order to craft bespoke solutions, an aptitude developed in part through her experience in having previously worked as a research lawyer at the Quebec Superior Court.

Marilyn embodies values ​​of openness and inclusion, reflected in her involvement as a member of “les Elles de la Construction”, an industry group which promotes the participation and visibility of women in the construction industry.