think: changing the narrative
At Stewart McKelvey we value diversity and inclusion, and are committed to providing a workplace that fosters a culture of awareness, appreciation and respect. Part of this commitment includes our Firmwide Women’s Initiative – a branch of the Diversity and Inclusion Committee, chaired by Charlottetown partner Jennifer MacPherson.
Jennifer leads a team dedicated to supporting our women lawyers in achieving their career goals, including the advancement to partnership, the development of leadership skills, and the enhancement of both client and mentor relationships. The Women’s Initiative also provides educational programs and thought leadership focused on these objectives.
The 2020 Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory has listed 78 Firm lawyers as top legal talent in Canada. Lexpert determines its national listing through an annual peer survey across a variety of practice areas, including banking and…Read More
We are pleased to congratulate Candace Thomas, QC, on her appointment to the Province of Nova Scotia’s new Deputy Minister of Justice. Candace will also serve as Deputy Minister of the new Office of Social…Read More
Halifax partner Grant Machum has recently completed the Directors Education Program to obtain an Institute of Corporate Directors designation (ICD.D). In completing this national program, developed by the Institute of Corporate Directors and the University…Read More
In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, as of 5:00 p.m. today, March 18, our six offices across Atlantic Canada have transitioned to a remote work environment for an undetermined period of time. We will leverage…Read More
In the second episode of The Deep Dive, Dalhousie University’s 12th president and vice-chancellor Deep Saini sat down with Halifax associate Nico Jones to discuss how the diverse initiatives on campus, specifically the Black Student…Read More
Halifax partner Rick Dunlop sat down with CTV Atlantic this week to discuss what employers and employees should be aware of when working from home as COVID-19 spreads. Rick acknowledges that while there are a variety…Read More