Title : Lawyer Year of call : 2022

Expertise : litigation | administrative law

Hotline: 581 216-2909

Me Christopher Therrien-Pérodeau earned his law degree from Université Laval and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2022. He is a native of Quebec City and completed all of his studies there. Currently, he practises civil litigation and commercial law with Cain Lamarre’s Litigation Group.

Passionate about philosophy, Me Therrien-Pérodeau turned to law to practise in a field where philosophical principles are applied and shape social relations. A keen enthusiast of public speaking, throughout his studies, Me Therrien-Pérodeau seized every opportunity to express himself and to speak, notably by participating in the Pierre-Basile-Mignault Moot Court Competition.

Me Therrien-Pérodeau stands out for his rigorous and meticulous approach to his work, which is matched by his strong focus on personalized client service. He prioritizes individual needs and works to build solid relationships of trust with his clients. In addition to his legal skills, Me Therrien-Pérodeau is fluent in both official languages and communicates effectively both orally and in writing. He is known for his thoroughness, approachability, and teamwork skills, and takes pride in listening carefully to his clients’ concerns.

Me Therrien-Pérodeau has a passion for sports and the outdoors, especially hiking and rock climbing. He also enjoys exploring history and philosophy and is known for his appreciation of Nicholas Boileau’s famous quote, “What is well conceived is clearly stated, and the words to say it come easily.” Indigenous and environmental issues are among the causes that he cares most about.

Assistant: Karine Fortin


  • Litigation (remedies of all types)
  • Administrative law (administrative remedies, appeal of government decisions)


  • LL.B., Université Laval (2021)

Professional experience

  • Cain Lamarre, Québec (2022 to present)
  • GBV Lawyers, Québec (2021 to 2022)