In the third episode, associates Nico Jones (Dalhousie, 2018) and John Morse (UNB, 2018) share their experiences from their articling year. They look at the importance of team work in a firm, the vital role formal and informal mentorship plays, and the much-needed supports Stewart McKelvey provides to though the year. They’ll even share some time management and survival skills!
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In the third episode, associates Nico Jones (Dalhousie, 2018) and John Morse (UNB, 2018) share their experiences from their articling year. They look at the importance of team work in a firm, the vital role formal and informal mentorship plays, and the much-needed supports Stewart McKelvey provides to though the year. They’ll even share some…Read More
Following an in-depth survey of safety professionals across the country, Stewart McKelvey is one of only 12 law firms nationally to receive the 5-Star Safety Law Firm Award from Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine. This occupational health and safety publication released its inaugural list, which also names James LeMesurier, QC, Saint John partner, as one of…Read More
In the second episode of our student recruitment podcast, Get Ready to Shine: Life as a Law Student at Stewart McKelvey, associates Maddie Coats (UNB, 2019) and Chee Ng (UNB, 2020) share their experiences as summer students. We hear their thoughts on the learning curve, what training and supports are built into the summer student experience…Read More
Conor O’Neil, P.Eng., will join fellow leaders as a panelist on the 2021 Cross-Canada Year in Review session, as part of the Canadian Bar Association Construction and Infrastructure Law symposium. Today’s online session will review key cases and legislative updates, as well as projects of note from the past two years.Read More
We are pleased to announce litigation associate Manon Landry as the newest member of our team in Halifax. With the ability to serve clients in both French and English, Manon will help insurance companies, manufacturers, construction companies, shareholders, financial institutions and small businesses obtain practice outcomes in a cost-effective manner.Read More
The 17th annual Canadian Pension and Benefits Institute Atlantic conference will feature St. John’s partner Twila Reid, ICD.D, as a panelist for a diversity, equity and inclusion session. Twila will provide the legal perspective on what pension and benefit plan sponsors should consider when creating and updating programs, review the latest news in this area…Read More
We are pleased to introduce a weekly, 4-part podcast series for law school students, Get Ready to Shine: Life as a Law Student at Stewart McKelvey. We speak to associates about their experiences with recruitment, what it’s really like to be a summer student at the firm, their year as articled clerks, and life after…Read More
We are pleased to welcome Dalton McGuinty Jr. as counsel in our Charlottetown office. Dalton practices insurance defence litigation, with an emphasis on property and casualty, and assists insurers, municipalities, product manufacturers and businesses in achieving their goals.Read More
The health and safety of our people, clients and community remains paramount at Stewart McKelvey. Throughout the pandemic, we have followed the guidance of Public Health, and have implemented protocols in all of our offices to prevent COVID-19 infection and spread. As a Firm, we continue to do our part to care for each other,…Read More
The Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”) Canada has announced Halifax partner Richard Niedermayer, QC, TEP, as a national deputy chair, for a two year term. This role on the board of directors will help STEP support and promote those working in the trust and estate profession, and communicate member views to government bodies,…Read More