Marie-Pier Nadeau



Marie-Pier Nadeau

Marie-Pier Nadeau is an associate in the Subrogation & Recovery Practice Group at WeirFoulds LLP. Marie-Pier has a thorough understanding of the insurance industry and regularly provides her clients with clear and practical advice.

Marie-Pier has litigated cases throughout Canada, and has appeared on behalf of her clients before the Quebec Court of Appeal.

Marie-Pier has a science background that offers a unique perspective to her practice. She is dedicated to advocacy and earned her civil law degree from Laval University in 2006 with distinction.

Previous to joining WeirFoulds, Marie-Pier practiced at a national full-service firm in the Toronto office, and as an insurance litigation counsel with a Quebec firm for almost four years, where she handled many trials and settlement conferences on her own, and assisted partners during long trials and appeals before the Quebec Court of Appeal.

Called to the Bar
  • Ontario, 2011
  • Quebec, 2007
  • LL.B., Dalhousie University, 2011
  • LL.B., Laval University, 2006

  • English
  • French

Speaking Engagements

Speaker, "The In-House Counsel’s Dual Role: Solicitor-Client Privilege", 2021 In-House Counsel Update: Continuing Challenges in a Changing World, WeirFoulds, May 4, 2021

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