Admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2015, Julien Ouellet practices in civil and commercial litigation. Combining creativity and know-how, he has represented various clients in diversified and complex files involving a range of areas such as contract law, real estate law, environmental law, insurance law, franchise law, civil and professional liability, shareholder disputes, estate law, trademark law, and non-competition obligations.
Before joining LJT Lawyers' litigation team in January 2023, he practiced in civil and commercial litigation for nearly seven years in another well-established law firm. He has also acted as a trainer accredited by the Quebec Bar for the purposes of mandatory continuing legal education for lawyers during conferences on the Code of Civil Procedure. He has also been involved as an administrator in various organizations including Chambers of Commerce, the Rotary, the newspaper Le Pigeon Dissident, and the Association des cycles supérieurs en droit.
He holds a Bachelor of laws from the Université de Montréal, during which he completed a judicial internship. He also holds a Juris Doctor in North American Common Law from the same university as well as a Certificate in Chinese Law from the China University of Political Science and Law. In parallel to his practice, he is currently completing a Master of Laws at the Université de Montréal. His research topic focuses on the passing off action in Canada, which primarily concerns unfair competition by the fraudulent imitation of unregistered trademarks. Driven by his desire for excellence, he has been the recipient of several awards and distinctions highlighting the quality of his work and the remarkable academic results he has obtained.
This rich cumulative experience is a major asset that he puts on a daily basis to the benefit of his clients. The entirety of his professional and academic background allows him to have a global vision of each of the cases and thus to effectively find solutions adapted to the specific needs of each of his clients, whether by judicial means or by alternative methods of dispute resolution.