Louis-Philippe takes a pragmatic approach to every file, combining his experience in major commercial disputes with his technical and legal background. He is committed to offering solution-focused advice to his clients.

Louis-Philippe graduated from University of Montreal in 2011 with degrees in both Civil and Common Law and is a member of the Quebec Bar.  He also completed a Bachelor of actuarial sciences in 2007.  Prior to being called, Louis-Philippe completed his articles with the United Nations' Office of Staff Legal Assistance.

Louis-Philippe joined Clyde & Co in 2016 after beginning his career in international law firms' offices in France and Lebanon, where he practiced in commercial arbitration.  He currently advises foreign and domestic insurers in relation to disputes and litigation throughout Canada and internationally. Throughout the years, he acquired experience representing clients involved in complex cross-border construction disputes.