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Keisha Wright


Queen’s Marque
600-1741 Lower Water Street
Halifax, N.S.
B3J 0J2



Language(s) spoken: English

Bar Admission(s): Nova Scotia, 2019

Legal Assistant(s): Cynthia Robicheau, Elysia Little

Keisha maintains a diverse and dynamic corporate commercial practice and has a wealth of experience with share and asset purchases, banking and finance matters, equity financings and negotiating complex commercial agreements.

She is a trusted advisor for businesses and organizations of all sizes in various sectors and routinely acts for established public and private companies, start-ups, financial institutions and other lenders, universities, government institutions and small business owners.

Her understanding of intellectual property and equity financing has also positioned her as a go-to advisor for both venture capital funds and startups, particularly in the rapidly evolving fields of medical technology and Software as a Service. Keisha’s dedication to her clients is evident in her ability to tailor legal strategies to meet the unique needs of each client, making her an invaluable asset to those seeking comprehensive and insightful legal counsel.

Some of Keisha’s representative experience includes:

  • Acting in mergers and acquisitions of all sizes and scope including for the purchaser in the acquisition of multiple franchised businesses and wind farm project acquisitions
  • Advising start-ups and early stage companies on corporate matters and equity raises
  • Advising a venture capital fund on several equity investments in Atlantic Canada
  • Drafting and negotiating commercial agreements and leases including for a national grocery retailer’s fuel operations
  • Acting for lenders providing financing in various sectors, including wind, solar and tidal renewable energy projects and auto dealership financings for Canada’s largest banks
  • Acting for public and private companies in general securities matters including equity offerings, share issuances, and notes offerings

Education & Career


Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, JD, 2018
Dalhousie University, BA, 2015


Member, Canadian Bar Association
Board of Directors, DASC – Dartmouth Adult Service Center, 2021 – present
Member, Better Business Bureaus, Atlantic, 2021 – present
Member, CABL – Canadian Association of Black Lawyers, 2016 – present
Volunteer, Pro Bono Students Canada, 2015 – 2018


Dalhousie University Dean’s List
Ellorient & Donald Fraser Memorial Scholarship

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