Guillaume Endo

Guillaume Endo AvocatsGuillaume Endo is a founding member of Endo & Associés. Specialized in corporate and commercial law, he has extensive expertise in the areas of mergers and acquisitions of small and medium enterprises (SMEs), corporate reorganizations and international trade, particularly in the high technology sector.

He has advised several foreign companies in connection with acquisitions in Canada in the fields of high technology, real estate and construction. His clientele consists mainly of SMEs in different sectors of activity such as manufacturing, import/export, services and distribution, as well as major property owners and developers.

Guillaume Endo has served on several boards of directors of companies in the international trade and mining sectors.

He has also contributed to the establishment of numerous international humanitarian projects, including the ICDAA-Legal Aid Afghanistan project in Kandahar, and, in Senegal, the Pearson Centre training program for African lawyers for the International Criminal Court. He has published in the fields of international cooperation and international law. He has participated in short evaluation missions for projects in West Africa and is an avid advocate of the participatory approach in the context of sustainable development.

He holds a law degree from Université Laval (2000) and a Master of Business Administration from HEC Montréal (2002). He was called to the Québec Bar in 2001.

Areas of Expertise

  • Corporate and commercial law
  • Mergers and acquisitions


  • 2002 – MBA, Finance, HEC-Montréal
  • 2000 – Bachelor of Laws, LL.B., Université Laval
  • 2012 – Accredited mediator, Barreau du Québec
  • 2013 – Accredited arbitrator

Affiliations and Activities

  • Member of the Québec Bar
  • Member of several boards of directors
  • Founding member of the Lions Club Montréal Phoenix (2004)


  • « Le mouvement coopératif Anckély développement (Togo) : une expérience communautaire de prise en charge par le milieu ». CCGB-UQAM.
  • « Nullum Crimen Nulla Poena Sine Lege Principle and the ICTY and ICTR». RQDI.