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William Tetley, Canadian lawyer.


Tetley, William was born in 1927.


McGill University (Bachelor of Arts). Laval University (Licentiate of Laws).


Worked at Langlois Gaudreau (Montreal, QU) specializing in General Practice including Air Law, Banking and Financial Institutions, Commercial Arbitration, Communications and Entertainment, Construction, Constitutional. Public Law and Civil Liberties, Corporate and Commercial, Criminal Law, Environmental Law, Family Law, Government Relations and Public Policy, Health Law, Insolvency, Labour Relations, Litigation, Maritime Law, Natural Resources and Energy, Real Estate and Municipal Law, Securities, Taxation, Trade Law, Trademarks and Copyright. Admitted to the bar, 1952.

Appointed Queen's Counsel in 1968 and named member of the Order of Canada in 1995. Professor of Law at McGill University, 1976. Chairman of the Executive Committee of the Association of Maritime Arbitrators (AMAC).

President of the International Maritime Arbitration Association (IMAQ) in Paris. Vice-President of the Comité Maritime International (CMI) in Brussels. Member of the Council of Friends of the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies at London University.

Honorary Member of the Maritime Law Association of the United States. Langlois Gaudreau is a law firm of forty-five lawyers, including eighteen in Québec City. It has gained an excellent reputation in civil and commercial litigation and possesses a solid expertise in corporate commercial matters.

Constantly abreast of the latest legal developments, our lawyers concentrate in the areas of corporate and commercial law, public and administrative law, business law, labour law and transportation law, with a notable distinction in civil law and litigation. The true strength of Langlois Gaudreau lies both in its well tested skills and knowledge and in the loyalty of its clientele. Indeed, our lawyers' prime concern is to maintain a close relationship with each of their clients and to nurture a climate of confidence.