Three lawyers admitted to the partnership
We congratulate Scott Campbell, Paul Saunders and Tauna Staniland on their admission to the partnership, effective January 1, 2015.
Called to the Nova Scotia bar in 2008, Halifax lawyer Scott Campbell strives to gain a clear understanding of his clients needs in order to develop a sophisticated, yet practical plan for their situation. He advises his clients on matters of jurisdiction, private international law, constitutional law and procedural and appellate strategies and oftentimes provides constitutional representation, opinion and advice to government organizations and non-governmental industries.
Halifax lawyer Paul Saunders combines the practice of law with a passion for using technology to develop processes and systems that increase efficiency for clients. In November, 2014, Paul was named Stewart McKelvey’s first practice innovation advisor, where he will collaborate with clients and lawyers to develop and implement novel legal technology and strategies that will exceed clients’ expectations.
St. John’s lawyer Tauna Staniland uses her experience and knowledge in corporate commercial transactions to get the deal done for her clients. With an eye for detail, Tauna actively manages transactions, responds efficiently and works hard to solve the issues and concerns faced by her clients, some of which include mining companies, oil & gas companies, municipalities, owner-managed businesses and public companies.
The achievements of Scott, Paul and Tauna help to form an integral part of our team and we congratulate them on this significant milestone.
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