Michelle Chai reviews statistics of new Canadian lawyers in Canadian Bar Association’s Equality Committee newsletter
Halifax associate Michelle Chai has written an article for the July 2015 issue of Touchstones, the Canadian Bar Association’s Equality Committee newsletter, titled, Putting the new generation of lawyers under the magnifying glass.
Within this piece, Michelle discusses the recent sociological report looking at lawyers admitted to the bar in 2010 as well as new Canadian bar calls in general, in terms of where they work, how much they earn and what areas they practice in. Michelle reviews a variety of different statistics, including ones on the race, salary and gender of these new lawyers to get a clearer picture of the legal profession within Canada.
During a Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners Ottawa branch meeting Wednesday, January 16, Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, TEP, will help to answer some questions surrounding various trusts and estates matters. He will join an…Read More
2018 marks 30 years since Stewart McKelvey became a member of Noia, Canada’s largest offshore petroleum association. To celebrate this milestone, St. John’s partner Bruce Grant, QC, was interviewed for an article in Noia News,…Read More
As announced by Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada Jody Wilson-Raybould earlier today, Halifax partner Scott Norton, QC, has been appointed to be a justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia. Scott…Read More
In an article for the Chronicle Herald, Halifax associate Sara Espinal Henao shared the positive impact immigrant families can have on Canadian culture, and the economy. “Many of these people that we welcome come with…Read More
Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, TEP, has written an article in the October 2018 Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”) Canada newsletter, reviewing some unique estate planning and administration issues addressed at this year’s STEP conference. In…Read More