Mr. Lussier’s practice focuses on commercial, administrative and constitutional litigation, including aspects pertaining to Aboriginal rights and environmental law. Involved in numerous class actions and shareholder disputes. Appears before all levels of federal and provincial courts, commissions and governmental boards, including commissions of inquiry. Taught administrative law at the University of Ottawa, the University of Montréal and for the Québec Bar. Has given several conferences and written numerous articles in his fields. Fellow of the ACTL. Past chair of the Montréal Bar Committee on Civil Justice. Past secretary of the CBA, Québec Branch and past chair of the CBA’s Constitutional Law and Civil Liberties Section. Called to the Québec Bar in 1978.