If you have any questions regarding our Referral service, please contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bar of Longueuil cannot disclose any list of its members. The members of our Referral service are voluntarily registered. Any reference you may get do not constitute a recommendation from the Bar of Quebec.
This Referral Service is designed to serve people living in the district of Longueuil* and at those who need to appear in Court in Longueuil. Unless you are eligible to legal aid, the Referral Service of the Bar of Longueuil offers a first half hour of consultation with a lawyer from the district* at 50$ plus tax. It is your responsibility to remind the lawyer to apply this offer and to clarify the fees you may expect after that, since the consultation may last more that half an hour.
The Referral Service of the Bar of Longueuil reserves the right to deny a request.
*These municipalities form the legal district of Longueuil:Boucherville, Brossard, Candiac, Chambly, Delson, Kahnawake, La Prairie, Longueuil, Saint-Basile-le-Grand, Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville, Saint-Constant, Saint-Lambert, Saint-Mathieu, Saint-Philippe, Saint-Rémi, Sainte-Catherine, Sainte-Julie.
The Bar of Longueuil is one of the 15 regional Bars in the province of Québec. Although they delegate representatives at the Board of directors and at some committees of the Barreau du Québec, where they have voting seats, the regional Bars are independent from the Barreau du Québec.
When the Barreau du Québec was created in 1849, there were 3 regional districts: Montréal, Québec and Trois-Rivières. Twelve new regional Bars were added between 1853 and 1991, including the Bar of Longueuil, which split from the district of Montreal in 1987.
*This schedule may vary without notice according to the Bar of Longueuil's holidays and events.