Patrice Blais BA, LLB
Avocat - Lawyer
Me. Patrice Blais is a Montreal based lawyer and member of the Québec Bar. His areas of practice are corporate law (mainly in the fields of not-for-profit, cooperative and small businesses), labour and administrative law. In those branches, a range of services has been developed to help you and your particular organization best meet your individual needs. He teaches business law in the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University and Dawson College and not-for-profit Organizations law in the Political Science department of Concordia University. He currently holds the position of Vice-President Grievances and Collective Agreement for the Concordia part-time faculty association (CUPFA)
Me. Blais has spent many years working with cooperatives and not-for-profits, including but not limited to the Concordia Student Broadcasting Corporation, the Fédération des coopératives québécoises en milieu scolaire, and COCo, the Centre for Community Organizations based in Montreal and serves on boards of various not-for-profit organizations.
He has extensive experience in drafting by-laws, chairing meetings according to Robert's Rules of Order and the Code Morin, training directors of corporations on their powers, rights and responsibilities, and wading through the vast amounts of necessary and sometimes intimidating paperwork that comes with the territory of any properly and legally established organization.
1455 Boul. de Maisonneuve Suite K-340
Tél: 514.848.2424 ext. 4032