Rick Dunlop gives back to his community through new board positions
A 2000 graduate from Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, Rick will now be a part of the Dalhousie Alumni Association, which represents approximately 135,000 graduates from around the world. By forming relationships and connections between alumni and the university, this volunteer board works to create a stronger Dalhousie.
Rick also joins fellow partner Christine Pound and director of lawyer development Lucy Hill on the Laing House board of directors. This board helps to ensure youth living with mental illness across Nova Scotia feel empowered through peer engagement and support.
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
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