Anas Qiabi started his career as an intern, having been sworn in January 2018, in a small firm specialized in civil and commercial litigation. Since his beginnings, he has shown particular interest in real estate law, namely hidden defects, in transfer of titles and hypothecary recourses.

Despite this specific field of interest, Me Qiabi practiced in numerous varied fields, such as penal and criminal law, in labour law, fiscal and bankruptcy law, estate law, oppression law and extraordinary recourses such as injunctions, safeguard orders, and Anton Piller orders.

Me Qiabi had the opportunity and privilege to represent his clients from beginning to end before numerous courts, such as the Tribunal administratif du Travail, the Tribunal administratif du Logement, the Court of Quebec, the Superior Court (both in civil and commercial chambers), the Court of Appeal, and even preparing proceedings for the Supreme Court of Canada.

Me Qiabi joined Gattuso Bouchard Mazzone S.E.N.C.R.L. in 2022. In 2024, he obtained the accreditation to be Arbitrator in civil and commercial matters.




Areas of Practice


  • Bachelor of Law (LL. B), Université de Montréal, 2016


  • Member of the Quebec Bar, 2018
  • Member of Bar of Montreal’s Liaison Committee with the Quebec Conference of Arbitrators
  • Member of the Young Bar Association of Montreal
  • Member of a board of directors of a non-profit organization
  • Member of the joint committee of mentorship of the Bar of Montreal and the Young Bar of Montreal
  • Annual participation to the Call-in Legal Clinic of the Young Bar of Montreal
  • Member of the committee of arbitration of fees of the Bar of Quebec
  • Member of the administrative board of the UdeM law school’s student’s council
  • Active participation in numerous political parliamentary simulations, namely:
  • Forum Étudiant – Assemblée Nationale – Québec – Québec (Canada). 2013
  • Parlement Étudiant du Québec – Assemblée Nationale – Québec – Québec (Canada). 2014
  • Jeune Conseil de Montréal – Hôtel de ville de Montréal – Montréal – Québec (Canada). 2015