Me Morin works for his own firm: Guy Morin Avocat Inc. He offers his services as legal counsel and corporate secretary for various entities principally Aboriginal, but also non-aborignal. He is highly competent in a variety of legal fields such as corporate, business, green energy projects, enterprises start up, environment and mineral exploration.
In fall 2014, Me Morin was a teacher at the Kiuna College, the only aboriginal college level institution in the province of Quebec located on Abenakis’ Odanak community. The course named «Indigenous Political and Legal Issues» consists in an overview of Aboriginal rights from pre-Columbus to the latest Supreme Court ruling.
Since 2014, Me Morin is a Quebec Bar certified mediator, also member of the Institute of Mediation and Arbitration of Quebec and ADR Institute of Canada since 2015. Me Morin is also a certified mediator for the Quebec Court’s small claim division and, in this regard, he presided numerous mediation sessions.
Morin Murdoch, 2006 - 2012
In 2006, Morin Murdoch Avocats was created and Me Morin offered his services as corporate secretary and general legal counsel to aboriginal regional entities located in Northern Quebec.
Gowling Lafleur Henderson, 2002 - 2006
From 2002 to 2006, Me Morin joined the national firm of Gowling Lafleur Henderson where he was corporate secretary and legal counsel for various not for profit Eeyou organizations, more specifically in fields related to corporate law, environment, natural resource, energy and mining.
O'Reilly Mainville, 1999 - 2002
He then pursued his career at O’Reilly Mainville from 1999 to 2002 where he was involved in a litigation opposing James Bay Eeyou (Crees) against forestry corporations, public utilities and governments. He was also appointed as legal counsel in the framework of the Paix des Braves, more specifically to the Cree negotiating team of Hydro Quebec’s tables leaded by the late Dr. Billy Diamond.
Quebec Court of Appeal
After his articling at the Court, Me Morin worked nearly three years for the Montreal Court of Appeal as a research clerk for many judges.
Laval University, Quebec City in 1993
Me Morin completed his studies at Laval University in Quebec City in 1993 and was called to he Quebec Bar in 1996.
Customized conferences services devoted to aboriginal audience or non-aboriginal audience, from 9 to 99 years old.
The role of the mediator is to insure that discussions remain respectful to allow a better understanding of the position taken by the other party, whereby and often, communications between the parties are inexistent or extremely difficult.