Laurianne Dusablon practices tax law with a focus on litigation and dispute resolution. She advises and represents clients before tax authorities at all stages of a dispute, from the audit through to proceedings before the courts. She also guides and supports clients during the voluntary disclosure process with both the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) and the Agence du revenu du Québec (ARQ). Before joining the firm in 2017, Laurianne worked for two years in tax litigation for the CRA.
Laurianne holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Montreal (with honours) and a Master's degree in Canadian Tax Law from the HEC Montreal.
Prior to working with the CRA, Laurianne articled and began her career as a lawyer with the Tax Litigation Directorate at the Department of Justice Canada.