Brian Johnston, QC, listed in the international Who’s Who Legal: Labour & Employment guide
Halifax partner Brian Johnston, QC, has been included in the 2017 edition of Who’s Who Legal: Labour and Employment. This international guide recognizes lawyers in private practice who represent and advise clients on various labour and employment law matters. Regarded as leaders in this industry, these lawyers have been recommended by colleagues and clients for their extensive experience and knowledge.
Brian is one of only three lawyers from Atlantic Canada to be listed in this global publication. He has been recognized by such publications as Who’s Who Legal: Canada and Best Lawyers for his work in labour and employment law.
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