Bill 8: Towards a New Reform of the Civil code of Procedure?
Viviane Tremblay is a civil litigation lawyer, with a practice focused on civil, professional and product liability, as well as on class actions.
Viviane joined Clyde & Co as a law student in 2019, then again as an articling student in 2022. She integrated the firm in January 2023 as an associate, after having passed the Bar.
During her university career, Viviane had the chance to participate in several provincial and pan-Canadian moot court competitions. For example, she took part in the Laskin competition in 2019, finishing among the 15 best litigators in the country and winning an award for having claimed fourth place in the best dissertations ranking. In addition, she won the trophy for best litigator at the P.A.-Landry moot court competition in 2018.
Described as an open-minded, rigorous and curious person, Viviane will do everything in her power to carry out her file work, all the while collaborating with her colleagues, in her clients’ best interests.
In 2023, she acted as a volunteer in the context of 27th edition of the Young Bar of Montreal’s dinner held at the Maison du Père. Moreover, she does volunteer work for Rainbow Railroad, an association that helps people from the LGBTQI+ community escape violence and prosecution in their country of origin.
Outside of work, Viviane enjoys road cycling, taking long walks with her dog and planning her next trips abroad.
Québec Bar, 2022
Licentiate in Law (LL.L.), University of Ottawa, 2020
Juris Doctor (J.D.), University of Moncton, 2019
Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, University of Montréal, 2016
Canadian Bar Association
Young Bar of Montréal – Pro Bono Committee
Presentation: “Formation sur la Loi 8 - Modifications importantes au Code de procédure civile,” presented by Tommie Anne Côté, Dennie Michielsen and Viviane Tremblay, June 2023.
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