Charlottetown Partner Spencer Campbell, K.C., appointed President of the Law Society of Prince Edward Island
A former Regional Managing Partner of the Firm, Spencer has a busy litigation practice in Charlottetown and has appeared at all levels of Court in Canada.
An active community volunteer, Spencer has served in a variety of volunteer leadership roles including as Chair of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Foundation.
Created in 1876, the Law Society of Prince Edward Island is responsible for the governance and regulation of the legal profession in the province, with the responsibility of protecting the public interest in the administration of justice.
Congratulations Spencer on this exceptional achievement.
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