Bruce La Rochelle

Bruce La Rochelle has been associated with Langevin Morris Smith since 2002. Bruce is a sole practitioner. Clients who retain Bruce do so through retaining Langevin Morris Smith LLP. Bruce practices in the areas of wills, estates, corporate law and real estate. He has also been involved with litigation files, particularly in the areas of family law and estate disputes.

Bruce was called to the Ontario bar in 1978. He is also a Chartered Professional Accountant, via qualifying as a Chartered Accountant (Ontario, 1982) and as a Certified Management Accountant (Ontario, 1991),

Bruce is a graduate in general arts from St. Michael’s College, University of Toronto (1973) and a graduate in law (magna cum laude) from the Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, University of Ottawa (1976). He holds an M.B.A. degree from the Rotman School of Business, University of Toronto (1981) and a doctorate in business administration from the Schulich School of Business, York University (1993). Bruce’s doctoral dissertation, Canadian Financial Institution Failures: The Pathologies of Regulatory Inaction, is a study of regulatory processes associated with the failures of the Canadian Commercial Bank, the Northland Bank and the Principal Group

In addition to his legal career, Bruce has been a full-time and part-time university instructor, primarily in commercial law and accounting. He has been associated with the Telfer School of Management for a number of years. In addition, since 2012, Bruce has been a part-time federal tribunal member.

Bruce practices law in both English and French.

Bruce can be reached at (613) 230-5787 ext. 326 or