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: Welcome 2014-2015 Articled Clerks

June 10, 2014
We are pleased to formally welcome our 2014-2015 articled clerks that started with us in May and June; as always, they are part of a very accomplished group of individuals joining us this year:
  • Godfred Chongatera, Halifax:

    Godfred received his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Ghana.

  • Emily Cochrane, Saint John:

    Emily was co-recipient for the Lyman Purnell Prize in Wills and Estates at University of New Brunswick convocation this year.

  • Alexis Couture, Moncton:

    Alexis received l'Ordre du Mérite Bleu et Or at Université de Moncton convocation ceremony, in recognition of academic excellence and exceptional community engagement.

  • Kyle Hartlen, Halifax:

    Kyle graduated as an Ivey Scholar from Western University and is the recipient of the Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt Award in Corporate Finance.

  • William Horne, Charlottetown:

    William was recently on the Executive Committee of the Environmental Law Students Society at Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law.

  • Daniel MacKenzie, Halifax:

    Daniel earned a spot on the Dean's list (top 10 finish) in his first and third years of law school at the University of New Brunswick.

  • Meaghan MacMaster, Saint John:

    Meaghan was Valedictorian of the University of New Brunswick Class of 2014.

  • Dante Manna, Halifax:

    In 2006, Dante received his PhD in Mathematics from Tulane University.

  • Myron Mallia-Dare, Fredericton:

    Myron co-organized the University of New Brunswick's Law Week.

  • Christena McIsaac, Halifax:

    Christena obtained her Chartered Accountant designation in 2008.

  • Michael Oland, Halifax:

    Michael won the Robert W. Kerr Labour Law prize at the convocation ceremony of Dalhousie's Schulich School of Law.

  • Scott Pike, Halifax:

    Scott has a Bachelor of Laws with Distinction from the University of Dundee, in Scotland.

  • Laura Rhodes, Halifax:

    Laura completed her Masters degree in Karlskrona, Sweden.
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