Maxime’s defence practice focuses on both criminal trials and appeals.
Prior to joining Daniel Brown Law, Maxime worked as a judicial law clerk for Justice Kasirer at the Supreme Court of Canada and for Justice Gagné at the Quebec Court of Appeal. These experiences provided Maxime with unique insight into crafting successful appellate arguments that assist him with approaching legal problems from a judicial perspective, combining rigorous analysis with a humane approach to the law.
Maxime also honed his skills as a litigator while working as an associate at one of Canada’s premier national law firms where he contributed to a variety of criminal and constitutional law files.
Maxime graduated from Laval University’s Faculty of Law as the class valedictorian and served as the President of the Law Student Association. Raised in a bilingual environment, Maxime is perfectly equipped to provide legal representation in both French and English
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For nearly two decades, Daniel Brown Law LLP has represented organizations and individuals in complex criminal litigation at trial and on appeal. Recognized as one of Canada’s best criminal defence boutiques by Canadian Lawyer Magazine, we remain dedicated to superior advice and advocacy through the same innovation and dedication on which our firm was founded.