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Alexandra is Senior Counsel at our Montreal office with experience in civil and commercial litigation, especially in complex litigation.
Rigorous and pragmatic, Alexandra is a lawyer who quickly identifies the issues at hand and seeks legal and business-oriented solutions to effectively resolve conflicts in which her clients are involved.
Alexandra’s practice is focused on the defence of various professionals working mainly in the business, construction and insurance fields. Moreover, she represents directors and officers, in addition to professional orders, both at the civil and administrative levels. Finally, she defends insurers in the context of litigious insurance coverage issues. In her practice, she regularly appears before Québec courts, including the Québec Court of Appeal.
Alexandra joined Clyde & Co in 2012, after having completed her articles at a national law firm. She is involved in two of Clyde’s North American diversity and inclusion resource groups: the Women’s Initiative—dedicated to promoting the advancement of female professionals—and to the Parent and Carer Network.
Called to the Québec Bar in 2012 and a graduate from the University of Montréal in 2011, she won numerous bursaries in addition to completing her bachelor’s degree with honours.
Alexandra collaborated to the writing of the first edition of the Guide du décideur administratif published by Éditions Yvon Blais and co-authored the second edition. This guide covers procedural equity in the different administrative non-disciplinary processes at professional orders. Furthermore, she published several articles and has given conferences on professional law, construction law, risk mitigation and civil procedure.
LL.B., University of Montréal, 2011
Young Bar of Montréal, 2012
Caroline Malo and Alexandra Teasdale, "Guide du décideur administratif" (2nd ed.), Éditions Yvon Blais, 2015 (co-author).
Christian Gauvin, Carolena Gordon and Caroline Malo, "Guide du décideur administratif" (1st ed.), Éditions Yvon Blais, 2015 (collaborator).
Dominic Naud and Alexandra Teasdale, "Quebec's new Code of Civil Procedure and expert evidence: five key changes," Clyde & Co – Insight, November 2015.
Caroline Malo and Alexandra Teasdale, "Québec – L’enquête du syndic: le tiers est-il automatiquement contraignable?", Clyde & Co – Insight, September 2016.
Conference "Le nouveau Code de procédure civile: à vos marques, prêt, partez," offered to clients in 2015.
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