Pierre-Alexandre Boucher joined Bélanger Sauvé’s Labour and Employment Law Group in 2014 following his admission to the Quebec Bar and has since developed solid expertise in this practice area.
In addition to labour relations, he has a particular interest in constitutional law, human rights and freedoms, and issues of review standards arising in administrative law.
In 2015 and 2016, Mtre Boucher coached the University of Ottawa Civil Law Section team in the National Constitutional and Administrative Law Moot Court Competition.
Pierre-Alexandre Boucher also holds a PhD in physics, a subject that he lectured in at the University of Ottawa from 2007 to 2012. He received his law degree from the same university in 2013.
- Judicial review
- Civil liberties and human rights
- Public and constitutional law
- Judicial oversight of government action
- Police organization and ethics
- Accreditation disputes
- Individual employment contracts and labor standards
- Termination and disciplinary measures
- Grievance and dispute arbitration
- Pension and benefit plans
Barreau du Québec
LL.B., summa cum laude
Gaston Descôteaux Prize
Awarded to the student with the top grade in Labour Law.
Grégoire Lehoux Prize
Awarded to the student with the top grade in Administrative Law.
Awarded to a student who has demonstrated academic excellence and has significantly contributed to the law school community.
Pierre-Alexandre Boucher coached the University of Ottawa Civil Law Section team in the 2015 and 2016 editions of the Laskin National Moot Court Competition in Constitutional and Administrative Law. His team won the third best team award in 2015, reached the finals and won the fourth best litigator award in 2016.
From 2007 to 2012, Mtre Boucher taught various physics courses to classes of 30 to 100 students at the University of Ottawa (basic principles of physics (Newtonian mechanics, thermodynamics and electricity) and modern physics (relativity and introduction to quantum mechanics).