Marc-Andre Russell is a litigation associate in Montreal, with a practice in commercial and civil litigation, public and constitutional law, medical malpractice, class action litigation, administrative litigation, and maritime law.
Mr. Russell appears regularly before all level of the Quebec civil courts, the Federal Court, as well as appellate courts.
In his practice, Mr. Russell has acted for businesses in several different industries including health, consumer and retail, telecommunications, and transportation sectors.
Mr. Russell has co-authored an article in the field of constitutional law:
•Marc-Andre Russell and Stephane Bernatchez, Grandeur et misere de la theorie du dialogue en droit constitutionnel canadien , dans Le droit public existe-t-il? : Du juge ou du parlementaire, qui gouverne?, Centre de droit public, Universite Libre de Bruxelles, Bruxelles, Belgique, 2008.
Mr. Russell is also publishing regularly on Canadian Appeals Monitor, a professional blog providing information and commentary on upcoming and recent appeal court decisions.
Furthermore, he has been publishing every year for LexisNexis on improbation in Quebec law:
•Marc-Andre Russell and Louis Brousseau, Inscription de faux, contestation et correction des proces-verbaux , Fascicule 13, JurisClasseur Quebec - Procedure civile I, LexisNexis Canada, Montreal, 2009 to 2013.
Mr. Russell is supporting multiple groups of students from McGill University, the University of Ottawa and the Universite de Sherbrooke in various matters. He has been teaching in various high schools the Citizenship and Charters Program of the Canadian Bar Association, Quebec Branch.
Mr. Russell holds a LL.B. from the Universite de Sherbrooke (2008) and a J.D. from Queen's University (2009). Mr. Russell was called to the Quebec Bar in 2010.