Lucas Richard-Gérard’s practice covers all matters relating to Canadian and cross-border tax law. Lucas advises on tax issues related to corporate reorganizations, estates, indirect taxes, intellectual property and tax credits. He participates in the analysis and development of tax planning strategies and intervenes in disputes with tax authorities.

In addition to his law degree from the Université de Montréal, Lucas completed a master’s degree in law – Tax (LL.M.) at HEC Montréal. He has also participated at the Negotiation Workshop at Harvard Law School and at the Advanced Negotiation and Mediation course at the London School of Economics – Department of Law. In addition to his practice, Lucas is a PhD student in tax law at the Université de Montréal.

Bar Admission

  • Quebec, 2018


  • HEC Montréal (LL.M. Tax 2017)
  • Harvard Law School, Program on Negotiation (Negociation Workshop 2015)
  • London School of Economics – Department of Law (Advance Negociation and Mediation 2015)
  • Université de Montréal (LL.B., 2014)