Laurence Bich-Carrière

Laurence Bich-Carrière  \lɔːrans biːʃ-kærjr\, noun. (Montreal, 1985) ♦ 1° Lawyer. Spec. Partner at Lavery, de Billy, Litigation Department.  Alumni, McGill U., Canada (Greville-Smith scholarship; BCL, LLB, minor in litt. & ling., 2008, dean’s list); Cambridge U., UK (MacDonald travelling scholarship; LLM, 2009). Quebec Bar 2009, Ontario Bar 2011. t Prev. Law clerk to the hon. Ian Binnie (Sup. Ct Can.); Hague Conf. for Pr. Intl Law; Univ. Affil. Centre Paul-A. Crepeau for Private and Comparative Law; UQÀM (civil liability; property; Mignault competition); UdeS (legistics, contracts for engineers). Curr. Prof. Affil. Quebec Bar (civil procedure), Montreal Bar (ethic and professionalism); ABC-Q (research and knowledge management; international) t Recogn. YBM Litigation Lawyer of 2018; laureate Tony-Pemmers speaking contest (Luxembourg, 2016); Conf. int’l. des Barreaux de trad. jur. comm. speaking contest (Cotonou, 2015), YBM Speaker’s Prize, (Montreal, 2015) t Laurence Bich-Carrière looks austere, but she publishes on ghosts, the blind and smiley faces, and she doodles in the margins of her motions. t See jurist, lawyer, tetrapyloctomy. Syn. LBC.