Luc Beaulieu is a counsel in the Employment and Labour Law group. He was national chair of this group and a member of the management committee from 2009 to 2012. He practises in employment and labour law, human rights and administrative law (including judicial review, collective bargaining as a spokesperson and special advisor to Executive and Management Committees). Advising companies on management styles that contribute to reducing or eliminating employees’ interest in unionizing, he has an extensive knowledge in manufacturing, financial institutions, air transport and airports, aeronautics, broadcasting and cable television. His services are often retained by the Quebec Business Council as a delegate to the consultative council on labour and manpower, and before parliamentary and government committees. He was appointed as amicus curiae by the Department of Justice Canada to defend the respondents’ position regarding the powers of inquiry of the Canada Labour Relations Board before the Supreme Court of Canada in the matter of Canadian Labour Relations Board v. Nolisair International Inc.,  3 S.C.R. 724. A writer and speaker on topics of labour law and labour relations, he graduated with a Licentiate in Law from the Université de Montréal (1981). Quebec Bar (1982).