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2006 – Bachelor’s Degree of Civil Law (LL. B.), Université Laval
2009 – Diploma in Notarial Law (D.D.N.), University of Montreal
Born in Port-au-Prince and raised in Quebec City, Me Véronique Semexant has established herself in Gatineau since May 2009, detaining a Law degree from Laval University and a Degree in Notarial Law from the University of Montréal. She was sworn as a Quebec Notary in 2010.
This dynamique legal advisor has been very active in many different communities and organisations such as Chambre de commerce de Gatineau, l’Association des professionnels, industriels et commerçants d’Aylmer (l’APICA), l’Association des notaires de l’Outaouais and furthermore the Réseau d’Action des Entrepreneurs Multiculturels (RAEM). Given her personnel background, Véronique is also heavily involved in multicultural communities such as RAEM, the Service integration travail Outaouais (SITO) as well as the Regroupement affaires femmes (RAF).
In order to share her knowledge of the law, Me Semexant also teaches at the University of Ottawa. Furthermore, she delivers several legal seminars to other governmental and non-governmental institutions – all of that with passion.
Career-minded, she also devotes herself as passionately to her role as a mother, daughter and wife.
Trilingual, Me Véronique Semexant is able to answer clients in French, English as well as Haitien creole.