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Anne-Sophie Godbout, Associate

Anne-Sophie Godbout

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Quebec, 2021
Language(s) French, English
Office(s) Québec City


Anne-Sophie Godbout is a lawyer within the Corporate/Commercial group in the Québec City office. As part of her practice, Anne-Sophie advises clients on their various complex commercial issues.

More specifically, she has acquired an expertise in the field of financial and blockchain technologies, as well as in the emerging technology industry. Anne-Sophie has contributed to the book Comment la chaîne de blocs va transformer le droit? and wrote her master’s thesis on the legal nature of the tokens issued through the blockchain. Moreover, her recent publications focus on the application of the Québec legal regime to digital assets and the blockchain, and on corporate governance.

Anne-Sophie is also an active student-researcher for the Chaire de recherche sur les contrats intelligents et la chaîne de blocs (Research Chair in Smart Contracts and Blockchain) at Université Laval.

Before joining Fasken, Anne-Sophie articled in a boutique firm specialized in business law, and previously worked for a large law firm in Québec City for several years.

Client Work

Date Client

Career & Education


  • LLM Université Laval
  • LLB Université Laval

Community involvement

  • Student-Researcher, Research Chair in Smart Contracts and Blockchain


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