Terrance Sheppard KC will be joining council as a member in the Halifax District for the remainder of the council term. The Nominating Committee made their unanimous recommendation to Council, which was approved in the November Council Meeting.
As the governing body for the profession, Council approves the Society’s Strategic Framework, sets the Society’s policies, and oversees the regulation of the profession. To do this, the Society requires committed, diverse, and effective leadership on Council.
Council members lead the Society and lend their voices and unique insights to decisions that impact Nova Scotia’s legal profession. Diversity of representation on Council is a key priority as we want to ensure our governing body reflects Nova Scotia’s legal profession as we work towards our 2019-2022 Strategic Goal of ensuring that Nova Scotians are served by a legal profession that is diverse, inclusive and culturally competent.
About Terrance Sheppard KC:
Terrance is a partner at BOYNECLARKE and practices Family and Criminal Law. In his family law practice, he has a concentration on issues relating to surrogacy and adoption for families of all shapes and sizes. Terry’s goal is to ensure that the family unit is treated with respect and understanding during a difficult time. He is a member of various organizations that help families overcome many different obstacles.
Terry is an active volunteer member of the community and has been involved in both the Nova Scotia Barrister’s Society and the Canadian Bar Association for many years.