Simon Vincent focuses his practice on administrative and municipal law.
In recent years at Bélanger Sauvé, he has acted for municipalities and other public bodies in several files involving judicial review, disguised expropriation and civil liability. He has also given opinions on various legal aspects governing the daily operations of municipalities.
He was called to the Bar in 2017 and during his first years of practice served as a lawyer for the City of Mascouche and the Administrative Law and Legal Affairs branch of the Ministère de la Justice du Québec.
Before studying law, Mtre Vincent completed a B.A. in Political Science and Philosophy at UQAM. In the 2015 Laskin Moot Court Competition, he and his team placed first for best factum.
- Protection of agricultural territory
- Access to information
- Municipal liability and disguised expropriation
- Judicial review of municipal bodies
- Land use planning and development
- Other fields of law related to municipal bodies
- Public and constitutional law
- Judicial oversight of government action
Barreau du Québec
Bachelor of Laws
Bachelor’s degree in political science and philosophy
Affiliations & Activities
Best Factum award at the Laskin Moot Court Competition (administrative and constitutional law), 2015