Barrister & Solicitor, LL.B, MA
Owner and Founder
Additionally to being a lawyer, Laurence has great personal interest in the real estate industry and comes from a family of entrepreneurs in that field. Her paternal grand-father was a cabinet maker and her maternal grand-father was an electrical engineer. Both were successful business owners in Quebec. One of those businesses, Société Dupa, a real estate management company, has provided work for three generations of Dutils.
In Toronto, Laurence held law-related in-house positions in the parapublic sector in the thriving francophone community of Ontario, of which she is a proud member, namely at the Université de l'Ontario français. She then moved on to private practice at a small law firm where she became an associate practicing mainly real estate law.
Born and raised in beautiful Quebec City, Laurence obtained her Bachelors of Law (LL.B.) at Université Laval, and for one semester completed an exchange program at Dalhousie University’s Faculty of Law in Nova Scotia. Laurence also holds a Master of Arts (MA) in World History & Cultures from King’s College London in the United Kingdom. She is currently completing her Master of Laws (LL.M) in Canadian Common Law at Osgoode Hall in Toronto.
Laurence has a DIY attitude when it comes to home renovations and is a history enthusiast with a passion for the preservation and restoration of old homes.
In 2022, Laurence launched her own practice and is happy to offer services in both official languages of Canada, English and French.