After graduating from the University of Sherbrooke in 2017 and being called to the Barreau du Québec, Me Nadine Parent became very interested in criminal and penal law. Prior to being hired by CSG Avocats, she successfully completed an internship at a New Orleans law firm.
Mrs. Parent’s experience abroad served her well as it enabled her to rapidly join the litigation team (criminal, penal and youth) and assist in the analysis and processing of major criminal and penal cases.
Nadine Parent is very knowledgeable in a variety of criminal matters, such as assaults, threats, harassment, impaired driving, mischiefs, thefts, frauds, breach of conditions, drugs and sexual assaults.
She also specializes in all types of statements of offence, including those under the Highway Safety Code, both at the Municipal Court and the Court of Québec.
Me Parent’s daily work also covers files related to youth law practice. She represents both parents and children in cases that involve the Youth Protection Act (DYP), as well as adolescents charged under the Youth Criminal Justice Act (young offenders).
She practices at the Palais de justice de Gatineau (Outaouais) and the Palais de justice de Campbell’s Bay (Pontiac) and is willing to offer her assistance in legal aid mandates.
When representing a client, Me Parent strives for transparency and efficiency. Considerate and fully supportive, she validates with her clients that they understand every detail related to their situation and prepares their case in a judicious manner.
Nadine Parent’s strong ability to establish relationships based on trust and dialogue, as well as her determination to meet her clients’ needs, makes her an outstanding lawyer to work with.