: Stewart McKelvey's Lawyers Named as Leaders in their Field

June 9, 2008

Stewart McKelvey would like to congratulate the 49 members of the firm who were recognized as leading practitioners in their respective areas of law in the 2008 Canadian Lexpert Legal Directory. 

The annual Lexpert guide identifies leading law firms and lawyers across Canada in a range of areas of law based on input from informed users and observers of the provision of legal services.

The "2008 Lexpert® / American Lawyer Guide to the Leading 500 Lawyers in Canada" directory has recently recognized Stewart McKelvey as having the leading practice in the areas of both Litigation and Corporate law.

"It's rewarding to see the years of dedication to clients and the profession, by our colleagues, be acknowledged by their peer group," said Jim Dickson, Chair of Stewart McKelvey's Partnership Board. "As a firm, we are honoured to have so many of our lawyers included as leading practitioners in their respective fields."

The lawyers identified in the directory are listed below by major areas of law:


Hayward Aiton, Q.C.
Rob Aske
Keith Boswell, Q.C.
Lydia Bugden
Lynne Burnham, Q.C. 
George Caines, Q.C.
Maurice Chiasson
Paul Festeryga
Bruce Grant, Q.C.
Robert Grant, Q.C. 
Richard Jones, Q.C. 
Douglas Mathews, Q.C.
Timothy Matthews, Q.C.
Kenneth McCullogh, Q.C.
Frederick McElman
John McFarlane, Q.C.
John Eric Pöllabauer
Charles Reagh
Maureen Ryan
Paul Smith
Darrell Stephenson 
James Travers, Q.C.


Elizabeth Jollimore, Q.C.


William Goss, Q.C. 
Brian Johnston, Q.C. 
James LeMesurier
Augustus Lilly, Q.C.
Peter McLellan, Q.C.
Gordon Petrie, Q.C.
Richard Petrie
John Plowman
André Richard, Q.C.
Rosemary Scott, Q.C.
Harold Smith, Q.C.
Ian Wallace


James Chipman
David Farrar, Q.C.
Robert Grant, Q.C.
Charles LeBlond, Q.C.
Geoffrey Machum, Q.C.
Carman McCormick, Q.C.
David Miller, Q.C.
Nancy Murray, Q.C. 
Scott Norton, Q.C.
Gordon Petrie, Q.C. 
Nancy Rubin  
William Ryan, Q.C.


David Henley
William Moreira, Q.C.
Richard Southcott 
Cecily Strickland

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