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Félix-Olivier  Hébert

Félix-Olivier Hébert

Associate Fasken
Jurisdiction Quebec, 2018
Language(s) Chinese (Mandarin), French, English
Office(s) Montreal

Félix-Olivier Hébert is an associate within the Corporate/Commercial law group. Félix-Olivier advises and represents clients in various aspects of business law, as mergers and acquisitions, financing and compliance, among others.

Félix-Olivier Hébert joined the Fasken team as a student in the summer of 2016 after completing his second year in the B.C.L./L.L.B. Combined Program at McGill University. He became an articling student, thereafter, in 2018.

Félix-Olivier is very interested in Asia. He lived for five years in China, primarily Beijing, before returning to study at Concordia University. During this period, he honed his knowledge of Mandarin while enriching his professional experience, in particular during the Beijing Olympics and the Shanghai World Expo.

Throughout his studies, Félix-Olivier has been involved with organizations serving the Montréal community. He was a member of the Garnet Key Society at Concordia University and the Conseil jeunesse de Montréal. Using these two platforms, he was able to promote youth engagement in both the academic and political spheres.

In his spare time, Félix-Olivier enjoys classical music and opera.

  • Graduated with Distinction, B.A. Concordia, 2014
  • “Arts and Science Scholar” certificate of recognition given to students with an annual GPA in the top 1% of their department, B.A. Concordia, 2013-14


  • B.C.L., LL.B., Combined Program - Civil Law and Common Law McGill University
  • BA (Honours), Political Science, Honours Program Concordia University
  • Diploma, Language and Chinese Culture Beijing Foreign Studies University

Memberships & Affiliations

  • Member, Conseil jeunesse de Montréal, 2012-14
  • Member, Garnet Key Society, Concordia University, 2013-14
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