Paul Saunders reviews how to apply the “Kanban” tool to managing legal projects in Canadian Lawyer article
In the latest issue of Canadian Lawyer, Practice Innovation Partner Paul Saunders, as well as Ed Burke, Jim Hassett and Michelle H. Stein of LegalBizDev, discuss the project management tool “Kanban”.
This piece, which serves as part one of a three-part series, explains Kanban as a, “highly flexible tool for planning and scheduling tasks that visualizes team work to create transparency, accountability and collaboration.” By placing Post-it notes on a white board with the columns ‘to do’, ‘doing’ and ‘done’, this method allows team members to visualize tasks and maximize workflow.
Portions of this article will be featured in Legal Project Management: A Quick Reference Guide, to be published Fall 2016.
Saint John Partner, James LeMesurier, K.C., named a Fellow of the College of Labor & Employment Lawyers
Congratulations to James LeMesurier, K.C., Partner in our Saint John office, on his induction as a Fellow of the College of Labor & Employment Lawyers, at their recent Induction Dinner in Washington, DC. The first…Read More
Chief Executive Officer & Managing Partner, Lydia Bugden, K.C. appointed to the Board of Directors of Ovarian Cancer Canada
Congratulations to our Chief Executive Officer & Managing Partner, Lydia Bugden, K.C., on her recent appointment to the Board of Directors of Ovarian Cancer Canada. Lydia shares her energy and leadership in the advancement of…Read More
Saint John Partner, Sarah Dever Letson, receives Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C) credential
Congratulations to Sarah Dever Letson, a Partner in our Saint John office, on recently receiving the Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C) credential. Awarded exclusively by the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), the CIPP/C is…Read More
In the eighth edition of Chambers Canada, 16 Stewart McKelvey lawyers from across the region have been listed as leaders in the legal industry. Individuals are ranked in this publication based on an independent assessment…Read More
Managing Partner Rebecca Saturley named President of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers
We are pleased to announce that Rebecca Saturley, Managing Partner in our Halifax office, was appointed as President of the Board of Directors of the Canadian Association of Counsel to Employers (CACE), at its 2022…Read More
Halifax Partner Rory Rogers, K.C., inducted as a new Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers
We are pleased to announce that Rory Rogers, K.C., lawyer in our Halifax office, has been inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Trial Lawyers (ACTL) at its Annual General Meeting recently held…Read More
Charlottetown Partner Spencer Campbell, K.C., appointed President of the Law Society of Prince Edward Island
We are pleased to congratulate Charlottetown lawyer Spencer Campbell, K.C. on his recent appointment as President of the Law Society of Prince Edward Island. A former Regional Managing Partner of the Firm, Spencer has a…Read More
St. John’s Partner Joe Thorne appointed as President of the Canadian Bar Association – Newfoundland and Labrador Branch
We are pleased to congratulate St. John’s Partner Joe Thorne on his appointment as President of the Newfoundland and Labrador branch of the Canadian Bar Association (CBA NL), effective September 1, 2022. With a wide-ranging…Read More
In the latest edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada, 87 lawyers from Stewart McKelvey are listed as leaders in 45 different practice areas. Eighteen of these individuals have also been recognized as a Best Lawyers™ 2023…Read More
St. John’s Partner Rodney Zdebiak awarded the Honourable Robert Wells, QC Award for valuable contributions to community
We are pleased to announce that St. John’s Partner, Rodney Zdebiak, has been awarded the Honourable Robert Wells, QC Award in recognition of his valuable contributions to community. A respected member of the legal community…Read More