Skip to content

Lydia Bugden discusses gender diversity in senior executive positions

In the Chronicle Herald article, Advocacy organization wants to see 30% of senior executive committee positions held by women, Lydia Bugden shares her thoughts about the importance of gender diversity and the Firm’s support of 30% Club Canada, an organization with a mandate to see women occupy 30 per cent of senior executive committee and corporate board directorship roles by 2019.

At Stewart McKelvey:

  • 100% of the Firm’s Officers are women (Lydia Bugden, chief executive officer and managing partner; Susan Hayes, chief professional resources officer, and; Deanna Severeyns, CPA, CA, chief financial officer.
  • 36% of our partnership board members are women.
  • 33% of Firm lawyers are women.
SHARE

Archive

Search Archive


 
 

St. John’s Partner Colm St. Roch Seviour, K.C., inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers

March 4, 2024

We are pleased to announce that Colm St. Roch Seviour, K.C., lawyer in our St. John’s office, has been inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) at its Annual Spring…

Read More

Stewart McKelvey signs on to Supplier Diversity Pilot Program with the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council

February 14, 2024

Stewart McKelvey is proud to announce we have signed on to the Supplier Diversity Pilot Program, a groundbreaking initiative from the Canadian Aboriginal and Minority Supplier Council (CAMSC). We are pleased to join other industry…

Read More

Madeleine Coats receives Trust and Estate Practitioner designation

February 14, 2024

Halifax lawyer Madeleine Coats has become a certified Trust and Estate Practitioner (TEP), following the completion of membership requirements for the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (“STEP”). STEP is a global professional body, with…

Read More

St. John’s Partner, Maureen Ryan, K.C., elected to board of the Employer’s Council of Newfoundland and Labrador

January 5, 2024

Stewart McKelvey is pleased to announce that St. John’s Partner Maureen Ryan, K.C., has been elected to the board of the Employer’s Council of Newfoundland and Labrador. Maureen has over 30 years of experience in…

Read More

Stewart McKelvey appoints new Managing Partner in St. John’s

January 4, 2024

We are pleased to announce the appointment of Allison Whelan, LL.M (Tax) as the new Managing Partner in our St. John’s office, effective January 1, 2024. Managing Partners play a significant leadership role in our local…

Read More

Rod Zdebiak, St. John’s Partner, appointed King’s Counsel

January 4, 2024

Rod Zdebiak, Partner in our St. John’s office, has been appointed King’s Counsel. The announcement was made last week by The Honourable John Hogan K.C., Minister of Justice and Public Safety and Attorney General. This…

Read More

Happy Holidays/Joyeuses Fêtes

December 20, 2023

Happy Holidays from / Joyeuses Fêtes de la part de Stewart McKelvey.

Read More

Paul Kiley, Charlottetown Partner, appointed King’s Counsel

December 11, 2023

Paul Kiley, Partner in our Charlottetown office, has been appointed King’s Counsel. The announcement was made last week by Deputy Premier, Minister of Justice and Public Safety, and Attorney General Bloyce Thompson. This prestigious honour…

Read More

Stewart McKelvey welcomes four new Partners

December 1, 2023

Stewart McKelvey is pleased to announce that the following lawyers will be admitted as Partners, effective January 1, 2024: Fredericton office Meaghan McCaw Halifax office David Wedlake Saint John office Lauren Henderson St. John’s office…

Read More

St. John’s Partner Allison Whelan named a Lexpert® Rising Star for her outstanding contributions to the practice of law and to her community

November 24, 2023

Honouring excellence in the field of tax law and litigation across Canada, Allison Whelan, Partner in our St. John’s office, is a 2023 recipient of the Lexpert® Rising Star: Leading Lawyer Under 40 award. Through her practice…

Read More

Search Archive


Scroll To Top