Partner Tracey Clements, QC, appointed judge of the Prince Edward Island Supreme Court
As announced by the Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould, Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada, Tracey Clements, QC, will take a spot on the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island, replacing Justice Wayne Cheverie.
Called to the Prince Edward Island bar in 1995, Tracey became a partner with Stewart McKelvey in 2000. She has been a leading civil litigator, particularly in the area of insurance defence and has been recognized for this work by such publications as Lexpert, Best Lawyers and Benchmark Litigation Canada. She was a long-serving member of the Firm’s Partnership Board and has volunteered with numerous charities, including being the current President of Sport PEI.
We would like to extend our congratulations to Tracey on being one of a select group of firm lawyers who have earned this well-deserved recognition.
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