- Called to the Barreau du Québec (2004)
- LL.B., Université Laval (2003)
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Éric Orlup is the partner in charge of the litigation sector of the Quebec city's office and joined BCF's civil and commercial litigation team in 2004. He represents a diverse client base from all industry sectors before Quebec civil and administrative courts and regularly appears before the Court of Quebec, the Superior Court and the Quebec Court of Appeal.
Mr. Orlup specializes in the areas of construction law, insurance law, intellectual property, injunction and injury to reputation. He is also regularly involved in conflicts related to labour law and shareholders' disputes. Over the years, he has developed special expertise in complex technical litigations involving numerous experts. Clients regularly seek his legal advice to obtain legal opinions and to avoid potential litigation.
In 2004, Mr. Orlup received the Lieutenant Governor’s Prize, awarded by the Barreau du Québec to the student who has distinguished himself most for both academic results and social involvement. He also distinguished himself while completing his bachelor's degree in law at Université Laval as a member of the winning team at the Laskin Moot Court National Competition in Toronto during the spring of 2003. He also distinguished himself by being named Best Pleader at the Coupe du Doyen de l'Université Laval moot court competition in the spring of 2002. Mr. Orlup completed his bachelor's degree with excellent academic results and was named to the Board of Honor of the Law Faculty of Université Laval. He also studied common law at the University of Western Ontario in the fall of 2002, after being awarded a scholarship by the Council of Canadian Law Deans.