Law Foundation of Nova Scotia announces new Executive Director

March 30, 2017 – The Law Foundation of Nova Scotia is pleased to announce that Mary Hamblin will become our new Executive Director, effective April 2017.

Mary comes to the Foundation from her most recent position as Consultant, Investors Group. She also serves currently as Vice President of the Dalhousie Law Alumnae Board.

Mary graduated from Dalhousie University in 1999 with MBA and LLB degrees, having attained a BA there previously and a BEd from Saint Mary's University. In 1999, she was appointed Director of the Dalhousie MBA Program in the Faculty of Management, after which she alternately taught in the Faculty of Business, Nova Scotia Community College; served as Chair for Halifax for the Employment Insurance Board of Referees (appeals); and served as a Public Member on the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Nova Scotia, where she sat on a number of Hearings and chaired the Policy and Governance Committee.

Her not-for-profit work has provided experience in various sectors including mental health, education, Aboriginal affairs, women's issues, politics, and aging.

The Board of the Law Foundation of Nova Scotia is delighted to welcome Mary as Executive Director.