Marc grew up in Ottawa and completed his Law degree (LL.B) at the University of Ottawa in the French common law program. Marc is fully bilingual and is pleased to offer all of his services in both official languages.

While in law school, Marc worked at the Federal Government and the University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic. He completed summer internships and his articling at a large national Firm, getting a broad experience of all aspects of the legal practice. Since articling, Marc practiced at a well-respected Firm in Orleans, and then in Rockland. In August 2017, Marc decided to return to Ottawa to join Lister Beaupre. On May 11th, 2020, Marc decided to start out on his own and Droit Ouimet-McPherson Law was born.

After over ten years of practice, Marc focuses on the areas of Real Estate (residential and commercial), Business Law, Estates, and Estate Planning (Wills, Powers of Attorney and anything related to properly planning your future). Marc provides Pre-Retirement Estate Planning Courses to the Federal Public Service, RCMP and Military.

His litigation practice mainly focuses on Commercial disputes, Construction and Estate Litigation. Marc has appeared before courts and tribunals, including the Ontario Small Claims Court, the Ontario Human Rights Tribunal and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. He also has experience with alternative modes of dispute resolution, such as mediation and arbitration.

Outside of the office, Marc enjoys spending time with his wife and two young children, traveling and exploring his passion for food and wine in Canada and all over the world.

Call to the Bar
Ontario, June 2009

Education
LL.B. Common Law, University of Ottawa, 2008
Bachelor in Arts, History, 2005 (International Exchange to l’Université Libre de Bruxelles)

Associations
County of Carleton Law Association
Association of French-Speaking Jurists of Ontario

Contact Marc at marc@ottawa.law or 343-888-8913.

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