A former L’Oréal employee goes to the office


Me, Christian Chidiac. Source: Lavery

From an international group to an independent firm: this is the path taken by Christian Chidiacwho left the L’Oréal Group last month to join the Lavery ranges.

The 2020 Bar, which practices mainly in commercial and transactional law, has joined the Business Law group. He assures that his decision was made for both professional and personal reasons.

“I wanted to work on complex and important files, with a very diversified business law practice. From a more personal and relational point of view, my exchanges with each of the firm’s stakeholders have always been very cordial and Lavery seems to attach great importance to the well-being of its employees,” he says online.

Me Chidiac believes that his practice as a litigation counsel has allowed him to develop a perspective centered on the issues and needs of clients.

Christian Chidiac worked as a law student at Gowling WLG between October 2019 and December 2019. He worked at L’Oréal for a year, after spending seven months as an intern with the company.

Me Chidiac completed a Juris Doctor and a bachelor’s degree in civil law at the University of Montreal. He holds a bachelor’s degree in international relations from the same institution. Reached by Droit-Inc, he declined our interview request.


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