Andréanne Sansoucy is an associate in the Montréal office of Miller Thomson. She is specialized in Construction and Infrastructure law and Commercial Litigation.
Prior to joining our firm, Mrs. Sansoucy practiced in litigation and dispute resolution in construction within a major player of the Quebec construction industry.
Mrs. Sansoucy skills in the field of construction include construction hypothecs and construction bonds, issues relating to calls for bids, settlement of disputes during the project, claims for delays, changes and additional costs as well as the review of contract documents.
Mrs. Sansoucy received a Master in Business Law at the law faculty of Université de Montréal. As part of her Master, she completed the Master 2 Professional in Business Law Comparative program at the law faculty of Université Lyon II. Her master’s thesis won the essay competition law graduate studies of the Notarial Chair of the Université of Montreal and her thesis was published by Wilson & Lafleur Ltd. entitled La protection des créances des sous-traitants dans le domaine de la construction.
Mrs. Sansoucy received her Bachelor of Law degree from Université de Montréal in 2007. She also earned a diploma in Introduction to Chinese Law at the China University of Political Science and Law in Beijing in 2006 and a diploma in European Integration at the Faculty of Law of the Jean Moulin Lyon III Université in 2005.
- LL.M., Business Law, Université de Montréal, 2010
- LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2007
- Secretary, Fonds de développement du Centre François-Michelle (2010 - )
- Director, Fonds de développement du Centre François-Michelle (2009-2010)
- Young Bar Association of Montréal
- En matière de cautionnement, premier arrivé premier servi!, Construction Newsletter - Quebec, June 2012
- Le paiement des matériaux fournis pour la construction d’un ouvrage, Construction Newsletter - Quebec, March 2012
- Effets du contrat à prix maximum garanti pour l’entrepreneur, Construction Newsletter - Quebec, December 2011
- The protection of claims of subcontractors in construction, Montréal, Wilson & Lafleur ltée, 2011