Suzanne H. Pringle is a seasoned
litigator with over 36 years of experience pleading before courts of all
jurisdictions, including the Superior Court, the Court of Appeal and the
Supreme Court of Canada.
After having practiced banking and
insolvency law within a renowned firm in Montreal for the first 5 years of her
career as an attorney, Suzanne founded her own firm in 1988. Since then, she
focuses her practice solely on family law matters.
Suzanne’s firm has built its
reputation in the legal community of Quebec by offering the highest standards
of excellence in representing its clients.
Suzanne has notably acted as
co-counsel in the highly mediated case Eric v. Lola regarding the
constitutionality of the treatment of de facto spouses under the Civil
Code of Quebec, which has been subject to a favorable judgment from the
Supreme Court in 2013. She has been a Fellow of the American College of
Trial Lawyers since 2010 and was awarded the title of Advocatus Emeritus
by the Quebec Bar in 2015.
Suzanne is passionate about her
work, leaves no stone unturned and strongly believes that the key to her firm’s
success begins with thorough preparation. From the opening of a file and all
the way to the closing arguments at the trial, Suzanne leads her cases with
efficiency, verve and rigor. She is of the opinion that a vigorously fought
case leads to the best results.