Suzanne H. Pringle, Ad. E.

Partner, Lawyer
Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers
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Attorney liaison
Élodie Ogui Ngoundji Kim
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Anabel Lopez
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Professional background

Bar Admission

Quebec Bar, 1983

Faculty of Law

LL.B., University of Montreal, 1982

Suzanne H. Pringle is the founding partner of Pringle & Associates, which now counts 13 attorneys, 3 of whom are partners alongside Mtre Pringle. She represents clients in family law matters including separation, divorce, property division, child custody, support, wrongful removal (Hague return applications), child abduction, common law disputes and child representation.

From 1983 to 1988, she practiced in the litigation, banking and insolvency department of a major Montreal firm. In 1988, Mtre Pringle founded her own law firm and has since practiced exclusively in the area of family litigation.

She has been involved in many international cases.

Ms. Pringle advocates the highest standards of excellence in family law representation, which has greatly contributed to the current reputation of Pringle & Associates. She is a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers and has been awarded the honorary distinction of Advocatus Emeritus by the Quebec Bar Association and recognized by Best Lawyers in Canada since 2006. She was also awarded the distinction of Lawyer of the year in the Family Law Mediation category for the year 2023. She is the lawyer of the man nicknamed "Éric" in the Éric and Lola case, whose case received a favourable decision from the Supreme Court of Canada in 2013.

On September 8, she also received the Prix reconnaissance du Barreau de Laval for her involvement in the legal community and to highlight the exceptional quality of her professional career, her commitment and her success in the performance of her duties. In addition to this distinction, she was also awarded the Plaideur de l'année 2022 prize by the magazine Le Monde Juridique.

Since 2014, Suzanne H. Pringle has been an accredited family law mediator.

She is bilingual, speaking fluently in English and French.