Stewart McKelvey committed to enhancing student development at Dalhousie University

Dalhousie University Board of Governors chair Lawrence Stordy, QC and vice-chair Candace Thomas, continue to help students learn and grow with opportunities outside of the classroom.

At the grand re-opening of the Student Union Building, Wednesday, January 18, Larry was on hand to offer some remarks on the news space: “As you look around the campus, this is just another example of a building that is really going to help students succeed,” noted Larry.

On Friday, January 20, Candace joined two other Board of Governors members on a panel during the Rowe School of Business – Women in Business Association 2017 Atlantic Conference. Speakers discussed their personal experiences and provided advice to help students become successful leaders in the workplace.

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Stewart McKelvey donates to newly-launched fund aimed at furthering access to justice in Canada

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Stewart McKelvey is pleased to be included amongst the donors for The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin Access to Justice Fund, named after the longest-serving Chief Justice in the country. In addition to initial donations from…

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Brent McCumber, P.Eng., completes In-Depth Tax Program

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Welcome New Brunswick associates

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We congratulate all those who were called to the New Brunswick bar this morning, including former articled clerks Jennifer Cooper, Eima Hajizadeh, Graham Haynes, Sarah Kanhai and John Morse. Graham, Sarah and John will now…

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Lawrence Freeman, QC, steers discussion on port and waterfront city retail markets

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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.…

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Congratulations to our eight newest associates

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Following the Nova Scotia Bar Admission Ceremony earlier today, we welcome new associates Matthew Jacobs, Nico Jones, Dylan MacDonald, Kimberly MacLachlan, Kathleen Mitchell, Alycia Novacefski, Sam Ward and Keisha Wright.

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