The firm Harel lawyers S.A., was founded in 2000. It is an expanding multidisciplinary law firm, located downtown.
The firm currently has three lawyers, all members of the Quebec Bar, who are working with rigor and ethics, to assist you in all phases of your files (consultation, litigation, negotiation and transaction).
Our human-sized structure allows us to be very responsive in handling our clients’ cases and files. We are devoted to provide a deep analysis on every step of our mandates and to offer pragmatic and efficient client-focused solutions.
We offer numerous legal services in different legal fields such as Labour law, Family law, Estate law, Civil and Commercial litigation, Corporate law, real estate, etc.) and we can represent you in all judicial districts in Quebec.
We represent individuals as well as companies, financial institutions and professional bodies in all courts and tribunals, as the Superior Court of Quebec, the Court of Appeal, the Labour Court, the Régie du logement and other specialized courts.
With sixteen years of experience, Me Harel has surrounded himself with competent attorneys, all offering legal services both in French and in English.
Our approach is focused on rigor, a good listening and a special relationship with each of our clients in an atmosphere of trust and transparency.
Meet the Lawyers
Me Elizabeth Nadeau, attorney
Me Elizabeth Nadeau joined the firm Harel S.A. lawyers in February 2018, after the completion of her internship at “l’Agence du revenu du Québec”. She holds a Law degree from Laval University…
Me Stéphane Harel, senior partner
Me Harel is a member of the Quebec Bar since 2000. As part of his practice, he represents, in complex procedures and in all courts, a lot of corporate clients, including financial institutions, small, medium and…
Me Marie-Victoria Bouveret, attorney
Me Marie-Victoria Bouveret joined the team of Harel Avocas s.a. in April 2017 as an articling student. Since her bachelor in law, she sought to develop her knowledge about the law of another Canadian provinces. As a result,…