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Isabelle Nadeau, B.C.L., LL.M. Tax is a tax lawyer at Crowe BGK's tax group in Montreal. Her work involves all aspects of tax laws, including specifically tax planning, international taxation, tax litigation and voluntary disclosures. She joined Crowe BGK in 2014. Before that she completed her articling term at a national law firm, and also worked for Justice Allan R. Hilton of the Quebec Court of Appeal.
Isabelle has written an article on interest deductibility published in the tax newsletter Arbitrary Assessment. While in school, she won the McConnell and the McGill Alumnae Society Convocation prizes for academic excellence, and the bursary from the Canadian Tax Foundation for having obtained the best cumulative average of the “Master of Laws, Taxation option” program.
Isabelle is active in her professional community, being a member of the Young Bar Association of Montreal, the Canadian Tax Foundation, the Association de planification fiscale et financière (APFF), and the Young Board of Trade of Montreal. She is also involved with the Young Ambassadors’ Club of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, and acted as co-president of the 2014-2015 OSM+ fundraising events.