New Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society committee roles for partner Sheree Conlon
Sheree Conlon, Halifax partner, has been appointed as the chair of the gender equity committee, as well as a member of the entity regulation and risk working group committee of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society (“NSBS”).
The gender equity committee oversees and provides advice on matters of gender in the legal profession. Committee members are responsible for promoting gender equity awareness in the legal profession and in relation to access to justice in Nova Scotia.
With the help of the entity regulation and risk working group committee, risk-focused, proactive, principled and proportional entity regulation framework is developed. Member responsibilities include recommending and following through on member and stakeholder approved risk consultations and engagement processes, as well as connecting with similar working groups and NSBS subcommittees as required.
We welcome Will Cann and Michael Carver, who have both recently joined our Charlottetown office as associates. Will’s practice focuses on general litigation, including criminal, insurance and public law, while Mike joins our team to…Read More
During the Atlantic Real Estate Forum this afternoon in Halifax, partner Lawrence Freeman, QC, will serve as the moderator on a panel providing an industrial and retail market update, specifically for port and waterfront cities.…Read More
We welcome associates Christa Korens and John Samms, to our Halifax and St. John’s office, respectively. Christa’s practice will focus on health law and insurance defence litigation, while John will help to solve disputes in…Read More
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At the 2019 Canadian Bar Association IP Day conference in Ottawa, Halifax partner Daniela Bassan will be on a panel reviewing emerging issues in contract law and intellectual property. She joins panelists from Toronto and…Read More
During a town hall meeting this afternoon presented by Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia, Halifax associate Divya Subramanian will share how fellow Internationally Trained Lawyers (“ITLs”) in the province can succeed. Hosted by the…Read More