Me Teddy Tabet practices in criminal and penal law with rigour, and puts the presumption of innocence at the heart of his files. Since he joined Me Marie-Hélène Giroux’s team, he has pleaded several times before the Court of Appeal and has written several appeals for the Supreme Court of Canada. He has also represented the firm’s clients before several courts and tribunals, including the Superior Court, the Court of Quebec, the Municipal Court, and the Immigration and Refugee Board.
Me Tabet is passionate about complex questions of law often found on appeal. He has also developed a great interest in extradition law and Charter challenges of mandatory minimum sentences. Posessing rigor and methodology, Me Teddy Tabet defends with ardor his clients and pays particular attention to the consequences of criminal convictions on different immigration statuses.
Me Teddy Tabet holds a Bachelor’s degree in economics and an LLB in law from the Université du Québec à Montréal. He has been a member of the Bar since 2018.