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Stewart McKelvey is Atlantic Canada’s largest law firm and one of the 20 largest in the country.

We are more than 250 lawyers. We are six offices throughout the four Atlantic provinces. We are full-service. But most importantly, we are leaders in providing the legal knowledge and innovative solutions clients need to move forward confidently.

“Winner of Best Law Firm” 

– Atlantic Business Magazine

“Best of Atlantic Canada” 2024

Readers’ Choice Awards

“Atlantic Canada Law Firm of the Year”

– 2021 Canadian Law Awards


Stewart McKelvey welcomes two newly admitted lawyers to our Charlottetown team

Following Bar admission ceremonies in Prince Edward Island, we are pleased to congratulate our Articled Clerks on the next stage of their career, and we welcome Kegan Bradley and Taya…
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Stewart McKelvey welcomes seven newly admitted lawyers to our New Brunswick teams

Following Bar admission ceremonies last week in New Brunswick, we are pleased to congratulate our Articled Clerks on the next stage of their career, and we welcome Lauren Sorel (Fredericton),…
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Thought Leadership

Compensation for expropriation: Fair, but not more than fair

By Erin Best, Stephen Penney, Robert Bradley, Megan Kieley1 and Elizabeth Fleet1 Expropriation is a live issue in Canadian courts. The Supreme Court of Canada’s decision to broaden the test for constructive expropriation in Annapolis Group Inc. v Halifax Regional Municipality (2022 SCC 36), for example, has had far-reaching impacts on subsequent expropriation cases. More…

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Changes affecting federally regulated employers

By Killian McParland and Sophie Poulos There have been many changes in recent months affecting employers governed by federal labour and employment laws. In September 2024, Stewart McKelvey will be hosting a webinar to review those changes and provide insights for employers. In advance of that webinar, a brief summary of the recent developments in…

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