Nathalie Madore Lawyer
Me Madore specializes in family law. She is passionate about this constantly evolving area of law and participates in several seminars and training activities on the subject to keep her knowledge up to date.
Her energy has led her to occupy various positions where she had the opportunity to apply her legal knowledge. Whether as a lecturer at the École du Barreau, Chair of the Employment Insurance Arbitration Board, returning officer for the riding of Saint-Jean, or president of the Richelieu chapter, she enjoys taking on new challenges.
The judicious advice she provides to her clients encourages the settlement of cases. In complex cases, her experience and insight make her an outstanding litigator who is appreciated by her clients.
Areas of expertise
Family and human rights law
Admission to the Bar
- Université de Montréal, LL.B.
- Université de Montréal, Minor Certificate in Political Science
Professional activities and associations
- Weekly columnist, Le Canada Français newspaper, 2004-2012
- Bâtonnière of the Richelieu section, 2008-2009
- Returning Officer, Saint-Jean riding, 2003-2006
- Chair of the Employment Insurance Arbitration Board, 1998-2003
- President of Rues principales Vieux St-Jean, 2002-2007
Publications, conferences and teaching assignments
- Lecturer in family law and procedure writing, École du Barreau de Montréal, 1995 to 2013
- Speaker at the Fondation Rues principales Conference, at the Capitol de Québec, on real estate investors and municipal bylaws on urban planning, September 2009
- Quebec representative for the “Women and the Law” seminars on amendments to the Divorce Act, Vancouver 2000 and Toronto 2001