Robert Vincent, QC, receives Canadian Bar Association – New Brunswick branch Distinguished Service Award
Presented at the annual Canadian Bar Association – New Brunswick branch (“CBA-NB”) Midwinter 2017 President’s Dinner, Saint John partner Robert Vincent, QC, was given the Distinguished Service Award. This recognition celebrates the top legal professionals in the province who have provided exceptional service and made significant achievements to the legal community and beyond.
Called to the New Brunswick bar in 1971, Robert has been involved with a number of community organizations, such as the Saint John Business Community Anti-Poverty Committee, the Future Greater Saint John Committee and the CBA-NB.
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