Katerina Kostopoulos Lawyer


  • Montréal

Phone number

514 877-3069


514 871-8977

Bar Admission

  • Québec, 2019


  • English
  • French
  • Greek



Katerina Kostopoulos is an associate in the Business Law group, practising primarily in the areas of private financing and corporate law. Katerina joined Lavery in the summer of 2018. She completed her civil law degree at the Université de Montréal. Prior to law school, Katerina obtained a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University with a major in Political Science and a double minor in Philosophy and Neo-Hellenic Studies. During her legal studies, Katerina volunteered for Professor Catherine Piché at the Université de Montréal’s Class Actions Laboratory.


  • Assisted in the drafting of “Catherine PICHÉ & Pierre NOREAU, Civil Justice Reform in Quebec and Canada, Consultation Report for the Justice Studies Center of the Americas, December 2017 (special mandate), 120 p.”
  • KARINE JOIZIL et KATERINA KOSTOPOULOS, « Les premiers enseignements de la nouvelle Chambre des actions collectives : quelles leçons en tirer ? », in Développements récents au Québec, au Canada et aux États-Unis, vol. 455, Colloque national sur l’action collective, Cowansville, Editions Yvons Blais, 2019, p. 277


  • Réflexions étudiantes sur l`action collective : «  L`utilité du processus d`autorisation des actions collectives : une comparaison avec l`Australie », May 14th, 2018


  • LL.B., Université de Montréal, 2018
  • B.A., McGill University, 2015


  • Hellenic Scholarships Foundation: 2017-2018 Award Recipient, Academic Excellence
  • McGill University Neo-Hellenic Studies Fellowship, 2015 
  1. Lavery assists La Granaudière in obtaining more than $50M in financing

    Last October 28, La Granaudière announced that it has obtained more than $50M in financing from Ressources Québec, Investissement Québec and the Caisse Desjardins du Nord de Lanaudière. A team from Lavery represented the three lenders involved in the transaction and with respect to the relations between the various stakeholders in order to successfully complete this project, which will be a showcase for the renewable energy industry in Québec. This financing will enable La Granaudière, a plant producing wood pellets from forest biomass, to complete the construction of its plant by the summer of 2020 and to start producing wood pellets and exporting them to Europe by the end of 2020. The plant will produce nearly 200,000 tonnes of pellets annually, and should create about 180 direct and indirect jobs, including roughly 50 at the production plant in Saint-Michel-des-Saints. This mandate was successfully completed thanks to the extensive expertise of the Lavery team composed mainly by Étienne Brassard, Ali El Haskouri, Katerina Kostopoulos et Bernard Trang.

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  2. Lavery hires five of its articling students

    Lavery is pleased to announce that it has hired five of its articling students as associates. Rosemarie Bhérer Bouffard has joined the Labour and Employment Law group. During her studies, she volunteered with the legal information clinic at Université Laval and the Quebec association for the defence of the rights of retired and pre-retired persons. Shereen Cook has joined the Business Law group. During her studies, she assumed the position of director of the law moot court program: Les simulations de procès - Travaille en Cour, which led her to cooperate with jurists and other legal professionals to draft legal cases. Katerina Kostopoulos has joined the Business Law group. Prior to law school, Katerina obtained a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University with a major in Political Science and a double minor in Philosophy and Neo-Hellenic Studies. Élizabeth Martin-Chartrand has joined the Litigation and Conflict Resolution group. While a law student, Élizabeth served on the executive committees of the University of Ottawa’s Canadian Student Association for Children’s Rights and the Criminal Law Association, and as columnist for the student newspaper.   Jean-François Maurice has joined the Business Law group. During his university studies, Jean-François was involved in various student organizations, often as treasurer of the club or organization. While attending Peking University, he also served as a research assistant in connection with several publications in corporate and business law.

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