Christine Pound, Daniela Bassan & Jennifer Taylor featured in Canadian Bar Association – Nova Scotia magazine
A photo of Christine running acts as the front cover for this issue, which illustrates the ‘Outside the Office’ topic. On page 14, Christine explains her passion for running, an activity she started participating in while at law school – “running is the best way to start my day and helps me be a better lawyer, and a better person!”
Also in this edition is an article by Daniela, which presents tips to embrace and improve the e-discovery process (page 8). Two pieces from Jennifer can be found, as well – one on page five, about Chief Justice MacDonald’s commitment to diversity in the legal profession and how all Nova Scotia lawyers can play a part, and one on the topic of cultural competence, page 11.
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