Fond of the many intricacies of law, Camille Bolté holds a bachelor’s degrees in law and economics. He joined the firm in 2015 after practicing civil law for more than 20 years in private practice.
Taking an evolutionary perspective on the law, Me Bolté represents the interests of his clients before all levels of Quebec courts, whether it be the Court of Quebec, the Régie du logement, the Superior Court of Quebec or the Court of Appeal of Quebec. It is with great care and attention to detail that he advises and guides his clients, and with the same conviction that he conducts his examinations and pleadings. His broad experience has already led him to represent clients before the Supreme Court of Canada.
After over 25 years of practice, Me Bolté has honed in-depth expertise in the fields of arbitration, municipal zoning, hidden defects and construction law.
A very curious man, this avid history enthusiast is constantly on the lookout for new knowledge whenever he can. In his spare time, you will also see him participating in his children’s sports activities, or strolling around with a book in his hand and his dog Mademoiselle Daly by his side, somewhere between the Atwater Market and the gardens of Notre-Dame Basilica.
1997 – Admission to the Barreau du Québec
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