Myralie Roussin has devoted her legal practice as a litigator to criminal, penal, and youth protection law since 2011. She earned her LL.B. from Laval University's Faculty of Law in 2009 and completed her legal studies at École du Barreau de Québec. A member of both the Association of Defense Lawyers of Quebec and the Association of Quebec defence lawyers, she was admitted to the Barreau du Québec in 2011. In addition to her legal roles, she served as an Administrator on the Board of Directors of the Barreau du Québec from 2020 to 2022 and held an administrative position with the Women's White Collar Defense Association. Specializing in representing clients in defence, particularly those facing charges outlined in the Criminal Code, Me Roussin gained recognition in 2019 when she was appointed by the Minister of Public Safety of Canada as an Independent External Decision Maker under Bill C-83, which sought to eliminate solitary confinement of inmates within prisons. Demonstrating determination and skill, Me Roussin advocates for her clients, ensuring they are well-informed and swiftly establishing effective defence strategies to achieve the best possible outcomes. The law firm Beaudry Roussin avocats, founded by experienced lawyers, operates on the principles of dynamic expertise and conscientious responsiveness to clients' needs. Guided by a belief in the fundamental importance of trust in client relationships, the lawyers at Beaudry Roussin Avocats focus on providing representation that aligns with their clients' rightful expectations.
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Criminal, Penal and Youth Protection Law
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