T 418 545-4580
F 418 549-9590
190 rue Racine Est, Suite 300
Saguenay, Québec G7H 1R9
T 418 545-4580 | F 418 549-9590
Hotline: 581 543-2635
Nancy Fillion has been practicing law for over 20 years in her native region of Saguenay. She began her career with the firm’s corporate and commercial law team and expanded into aboriginal law, a field in which she has developed extensive expertise.
She works for commercial businesses, negotiating, drafting, and analyzing contracts and setting up and performing transactions such as buying and selling stocks. She has solid experience in creating limited partnerships, particularly for energy ventures. She guides her business clients through their commercial and corporate development, offering services that meet their needs, whether planning and developing legal instruments, validating those in place, or providing other counsel.
Nancy is also involved in major negotiations with government and works with ease on multidisciplinary teams. She assists Aboriginal communities and individuals with development projects on their land, walking them through the applicable laws, helping with socioeconomic development initiatives, and even securing funding. She also works with non-Aboriginal businesses interested in forming business partnerships with Aboriginal groups. She sits on the boards of directors of a number of community organizations.
Assistant: Catherine Pedneault
- Business law (commercial law, corporate law, cooperative law, franchise law, mining, energy, and natural resources law, mergers and acquisitions, governance, nonprofit organizations)
- Aboriginal and constitutional law (aboriginal rights, impacts and benefits agreements, First Nation governance, negotiation of treaties and other constitutional agreements, land claims and specific claims)
- LL.B., Université Laval (1993)
- Studies in Social Services, Université Laval (1989 and 1990)
- Cain Lamarre, Saguenay (1996 to present)
- City of Chicoutimi, Chicoutimi
Lecturing, conferences, publications
- Conferences on constitutional and aboriginal law: in particular on titles and aboriginal rights, self-government, duty to consult, business partnerships, matrimonial and inheritance regimes and related laws on reserves, etc.
- Lectures on corporate law and intellectual property for CEE-UQAC
Associations, committees, boards
- Member, board of directors, Friprix (previously)
- Member, board of directors, Chicoutimi soup kitchen
- Participant, Spinoff and Entrepreneurship Center, Université du Québec à Chicoutimi (previously)
- Former chair, board of directors, Chicoutimi homeless shelter (previously)