Maxime Bédard – Associate hear my name
Maxime Bédard – Associate
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Maxime’s practice focuses on both criminal trials and appeals. He is a passionate and tenacious advocate, working relentlessly to ensure the best possible outcome for his clients. Mindful of the stress of facing criminal charges, Maxime is committed to guiding his clients through each step of the process until the issue is resolved.
Prior to joining Daniel Brown Law, Maxime had the privilege of working for Justice Kasirer at the Supreme Court of Canada. This experience helps him approach legal problems from a judicial perspective, combining rigorous analysis with a humane approach to the law. Maxime’s clerkship experience also gives him unique insight into crafting successful appellate arguments in order to overturn wrongful decisions.
Before clerking at the Supreme Court, Maxime was a litigator at a premier national law firm. He specialized in constitutional law cases, working fiercely to protect and advance the fundamental rights of his clients. He also got the opportunity to hone his advocacy skills by arguing before all levels of provincial courts.
Maxime graduated from Laval University Faculty of Law as the class valedictorian. Throughout his studies, he was deeply involved in student life, ultimately being elected to serve as President of the Law Student Association. During his final year of law school, Maxime also successfully represented his alma mater at the prestigious Gale Cup Moot, as well as clerked for Justice Gagné at the Quebec Court of Appeal.
Raised in a bilingual environment, Maxime is perfectly equipped to provide effective legal representation in both French and English.
Maxime is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Quebec Bar, and the Criminal Lawyers’ Association. He can be reached to schedule a consultation by phone at (416) 297-7200 x116 or by email at [email protected]