McGill University (Bachelor of Arts, 1958). University of Montreal (Licentiate of Laws, 1961. Graduate Studies Diploma, 1963).\r\nSpoken languages: French, Russian, German and English.
Worked at Chait Amyot (Montreal, QU) specializing in General Practice, Construction, Real Estate, Real Estate Financing, Corporation, Commercial, Bankruptcy, Estates, Municipal Expropriation, Securities, Insurance, Tax Consulting, Tax Litigation, Trademark and Intellectual Property, Computer Law. Trial and Appellate Practice. Admitted to the bar, 1962, Quebec.\r\nLecturer, Faculty of Law, McGill University, 1973-1979.
Author: "Effect of Transfer and Bankruptcy on the Possibility of Compensation," Revue Du Barreau, 313, 1971. "The Applicability of the Contractor"s Privilege to Public Property," Revue Du Barreau 321, 1971.\r\nMember: Quebec Bar Association. The Firm was founded in 1928 by Samuel Chait, Queen's Counsel (1904-1982).
Montreal and Quebec Bar Associations.