Alarie graduated in law at the University of Montreal and has been
practicing since his admission to the Quebec Bar in 1971. He first
joined Me Claude Béland's team as an associate to later form
BÉLAND, TRUDEAU, BASTIEN & ALARIE where he practiced
until 1975. He then left the firm to start his own practice under
the name of ALARIE LEGAULT where he has been practicing ever since.
Fields of expertise
his career, Luc Alarie has been mainly practicing civil and commercial
litigations along with administrative law. While representing numerous
clients, Luc Alarie has regularly appeared before civil and administrative
courts in the areas of commercial law, civil liability, human rights,
insurance and professional liability, labour and employment law.
He also possesses impressive experience towards special remedies
such as injunction and class action.
his achievements, Luc Alarie was a city-councillor. He also has
served for over 35 years as a municipal judge while still taking
up cases as a lawyer in his private practice ALARIE LEGAULT.
his career, Luc Alarie has served as a legal councillor for commercial
companies. He also has embraced the causes and worked together with
liked-minded non-profit organizations promoting individual freedoms
such as freedom of conscience and religion and freedom of speech.
Alarie has been an arbitrator in commercial and civil
matters. He is registered under the Montreal
Bar's list of retired judges available as arbitrators as well
as being a member in good standing of Institut
de mediation et d'arbitrage du Québec (IMAQ). His past
experience as a municipal judge is a key asset in his functions
as an impartial, independent and competent arbitrator.