Audrey-Anne Béland practises primarily with our commercial litigation group, more specifically in the fields of municipal, real estate, and environmental law. She joined BCF in 2017 after completing her articling for the Barreau du Québec with a major Quebec firm.
During her academic career, Audrey-Anne reached the finals of Université Laval’s Coupe de la Doyenne Moot Court Competition. As a finalist, she had the opportunity to plead before The Honourable Justice Louis Lebel, formerly of the Supreme Court of Canada.
She practises in both English and French.
- Called to the Barreau du Québec (2017)
- LL.B., Université Laval
“La réglementation municipale à l’ère d’Airbnb”
Développements récents en droit municipal (2018), Vol. 442, Co-authored with Isabelle Landry, January 2018
- Acted for municipal entities in civil disputes regarding multi-million dollar grants;
- Acted for provincial government bodies in major property assessment disputes;
- Supported clients before the CPTAQ to obtain a right to alienation, subdivision or use for a purpose other than agriculture;
- Acted for clients in cases relating to short-term accommodation (“Airbnb”) at the administrative and penal phases;
- Supported and advised developers and contractors regarding acquired rights;
- Acted for clients in various mandates under municipal jurisdiction.
- Association of the Québec city Young Bar
- Barreau du Québec