Stéphanie Pépin is a tax lawyer. In her practice, she advises individuals and corporations regarding dispute resolution with the tax authorities in Canada and represents clients before the courts with respect to tax litigation. She has also developed expertise in the area of voluntary disclosures.
Furthermore, Stéphanie counsels her clients in various tax matters, including corporate reorganization, the buying and selling of businesses, and estate planning.
Stéphanie studied law at Université de Montréal. She has also obtained a Master’s degree in Tax Law at HEC Montréal in 2015.
Before joining Miller Thomson, Stéphanie practised as a lawyer in the tax team of a large law firm and in the tax department of an international accounting firm.
- Société de services et incorporation des professionnels, APFF tax course, Corporate Income Tax, 2016 – present
- Joint author of “Regard critique sur l’application de l’avoir net rétrospectif au-delà de la période normale de cotisation”, Revue de planification fiscale et financière, vol. 36 n. 4, 2017
- Joint author of “Recours à l’encontre de fiducies de protection d’actifs”, APFF Convention, 2015
- “La fiscalité dans la pratique du courtage immobilier”, Chambre immobilière de Québec, 2015
- “Recours à l’encontre de fiducies de protection d’actifs”, Annual Convention of the Association de planification fiscale et financière, October 2015
- Quebec Bar
- Young Bar of Montreal
- Association de planification fiscale et financière (APFF)
- Canadian Tax Foundation
Bar admissions & education
- Quebec Bar, 2013
- Master’s degree, Tax Law (LL.M.), HEC Montréal, 2015
- LL.L., Université de Montréal, 2011
- Certificate in Chinese corporate law, China University of Political Science and Law, 2010