Offices wherever you are
With 19 offices in 10 regions of Québec – Montréal (Montréal), Québec City area (Québec City), Saint-Raymond, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu, Saguenay/Lac-Saint-Jean (Saguenay, Alma, Roberval, Saint-Félicien), Estrie (Sherbrooke, Lac-Mégantic), Centre-du-Québec (Drummondville, Plessisville), Bas-Saint-Laurent (Rimouski, Rivière-du-Loup), Côte-Nord (Sept-Îles), Abitibi-Témiscamingue (Val-d’Or, Rouyn-Noranda, Amos), Chaudière-Appalaches (Saint-Georges) – and more than 400 employees, including more than 200 dedicated legal professionals, Cain Lamarre is the law firm with the deepest roots in Québec and one of the province’s biggest.
With a strong presence all across Québec, the firm is able to take the pulse of each region and close ties with the people, business partners and companies that make each region so unique. Having offices in every corner of Québec shows our constant concern for understanding and adapting to our clients’ realities and environments. At the same time, it allows our legal professionals the opportunity to remain abreast of the developments in their field of practice in every region of the province. Having offices throughout Québec also means our experts are exactly where their clients need them to be and can act in a more timely, appropriate, and cost-effective fashion.
Cain Lamarre is a small town success story that still today remains true to its small town values: approachability, simplicity and authenticity in all our relationships; a commitment to the communities we serve; and a desire to forge a reputation for excellence based on personalized, thorough, and efficient work at competitive rates.
All your legal needs, everywhere in Québec
Cain Lamarre boasts the expertise and knowledge of more than 200 seasoned legal professionals active in all conventional and emerging fields of law and in every sector of the economy. Our experts all across Québec pool their skills and know-how to provide innovative and effective legal solutions to address the specific needs of our clients — institutions, businesses, and individuals alike. They enjoy strong credibility and an enviable reputation, both among their clients and within the legal community.
Cain Lamarre has developed specific expertise in a number of areas, including First Nations affairs, commercial and international affairs, agriculture and food law, banking and insolvency, taxation, municipal affairs and environment, liability and insurance, health and social services, labour and employment, transportation, construction, as well as litigation. And to round out our wide range of services, we also offer notary services, as well as experts in personal and family law.
Offering you cost-effective solutions is a primary concern that guides all of our actions and decisions. We understand that economic reality demands that businesses and individuals seek out the best possible legal services at the lowest possible price, which is why Cain Lamarre has developed decentralized and streamlined work procedures, as well as a flexible and competitive fee structure. As you can see, our presence across Québec enables us to maximize our resources and generate economies of scale.
Given Cain Lamarre’s nature and unique structure, team spirit is one of the fundamental values entrenched in our philosophy and constitutes the essence of the firm. In fact, a few years ago, we adopted a Charter of Values in order to proudly uphold the principles that are the cornerstone of our firm: professional and economic efficiency, honesty and integrity, commitment, respect and fairness, team spirit, a sense of belonging, generosity, trust and friendship.
Wherever you are. At home or abroad.
Cain Lamarre also has a global presence due to its alliance with TAGLaw*, extensive international network of over 150 legal firms present on all continents, so that it can serve you better in the United States, Europe, Asia, and around the world. With a quick phone call, we can obtain any information or assistance we need to deal with your case.
*Member law firms practice independently and not in a relationship for the joint practice of law.