Marc-André Morin is a tax lawyer on our tax litigation team. He advises and represents taxpayers in administrative and legal proceedings with tax authorities.
Marc-André articled with Revenu Québec’s legal department, where he drafted pleadings and legal research memos, conducted examinations for discovery, prepared witnesses and submitted various pleadings before Québec courts.
Marc-André completed his Bachelor of Laws at Université Laval and was recognized for academic excellence on the faculty’s graduating honour roll. He received the Hommage du lieutenant-gouverneur du Québec award for his involvement and academic record at the university, while his taxation and e-commerce research earned him the Jacques-Côté scholarship and an award at the Taxation Symposium.
Marc-André also has a Master in Taxation from the Université de Sherbrooke.
Professional achievements & leadership
- Hommage du lieutenant-gouverneur du Québec award, 2019
- Award for research presented at the 7th Taxation Symposium, 2018
- Jacques-Côté scholarship in tax law from Université Laval, 2018
- Faculty of Law graduate fund scholarship from Université Laval, 2018
- Université Laval Faculty of Law honour roll, 2018
- “La taxation du commerce en ligne : méthodes comparées et approches à privilégier” at the 7th Taxation Symposium “Les fondements du savoir,” July 6, 2018
- Member of the Association de planification fiscale et financière
Bar admissions & education
- Québec Bar, 2019
- Master in Taxation, Université de Sherbrooke, 2020
- Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Université Laval, 2018