Julien Tremblay-Gravel (B.Sc.’14, M.SC’16, BCL/JD’19, McGill University) joined Barsalou Lawson Rheault in 2020 and was admitted to the Quebec Bar in 2020. Julien’s practice focuses on Canadian and international tax and tax dispute resolution for multinational enterprises and individuals, with an emphasis on transfer pricing, SR&ED tax credits, residency, and environmental taxation.
During his legal studies, Julien worked as a research assistant at the McGill University Faculty of Law. He was a member of the McGill team at the 2019 Jessup public international law moot competition, where the team placed second overall for memorials in the Canadian rounds.
Prior to joining Barsalou Lawson Rheault, Julien worked as a summer associate at an international law firm in Luxembourg and in the legal department of a multinational engineering company. Julien’s Master’s thesis focused on the use of stem cells in regenerative therapies.
Funding Pandemic Prevention: Proposal for a Meat and Wild Animal Tax
Morgane Larnder-Besner, Julien Tremblay-Gravel & Allison Christians, Sustainability, v. 12(21) (2020)
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