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New partner: Taylor MacLellan Cochrane, Kentville

Effective January 1, 2019 Marc P. Comeau has been admitted to the Partnership.

Marc advises and assists clients with a wide range of needs in the areas of real property law, wills and estates, corporate/commercial, and Municipal law.  Marc is the Team Leader for the firm's Property and Real Estate Team, Wills Team, and Probate Team.

Deadline extended for Baxter Family Competition on Federalism

The call for paper for the second edition of the Baxter Family Competition on Federalism is extended until February 11th 2019.

Organized by McGill University’s Faculty of Law and the Peter Mackell Chair in Federalism the Baxter Family Competition on Federalism aims at advancing research and foster informed debate on federalism by young jurists (including law students, law PhD Candidates, junior legal scholars and junior lawyers) from around the world.

Missing will: Marcel Patrice LeBlanc, Cape Breton

Seeking a missing will for Marcel Patrice LeBlanc born March 17, 1954, passed away on December 5, 2018. Marcel moved to Cape Breton, Nova Scotia in 2008 and lived there until his passing. A will may have been created and submitted any time between 2008 – 2018, likely in the town of Sydney. He lived in the town of St Joseph du Moine, Inverness County along the Cabot Trail. Prior to 2008, Marcel resided in Kingston, Nova Scotia.

Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission releases Annual Report

Greetings,
We are pleased to share the Annual Report of the Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission for the year ending March 31st, 2018, which is available here: https://www.nslegalaid.ca/wp-content/uploads/2018/10/Annual-Report-2017-2018-1.pdf

CBA-NS: New Executive for 2018-2019

We are pleased to announce the 2018-2019 CBA-NS Executive, led by President Gail Gatchalian QC. Visit our website to find out more about the new Executive Committee.

MISSING WILL: James Henry Zwicker and Barbara Dorothy Zwicker, Timberlea

Seeking a missing will for James Henry Zwicker (DOB October 23, 1962) and spouse Barbara Dorothy Zwicker (DOB May 9, 1963). Mr. Zwicker has had some recent health setbacks and the couple hopes to find information about their will. Mrs. Zwicker recalls that it was prepared 20 to 25 years ago by a lawyer named “Jim” in downtown Halifax. The Zwickers’ address at that time was St. Margaret’s Bay Road, Timberlea.

CLASSIFIEDS: Seeking office furniture and equipment

Do you have any top end office equipment / furniture for sale, including dictation machines (not electronic), heavy, heavy duty paper shredders, desks, boardroom furnishings, etc.?

Please contact info@knoxlaw.ca

For sale: Used office furniture, Kentville

Used office furniture for sale in Kentville.  Contact a.hudak@eastlink.ca

  1. Grey upholstered chair for reception/office use, asking $150;
  2. Dark brown oval conference table, measures 94.5” x 43.5”, asking $300;
  3. Six faux leather chairs for conference room, asking $600; and
  4. Dark brown reception desk, measures 71” wide x 80” deep, asking $450.

Missing will: Mohameth Sao, Halifax

Seeking a missing will for Mohameth Sao, who was born on December 31, 1962, and passed away on August 26, 2018.

He lived on Romans Avenue in Halifax until approximately the summer of 2016.

Any information that you can provide, please contact 514-572-6767 or theonlyyoussouf@gmail.com

Halifax lawyer Ray Adlington begins tenure as CBA’s national President

Ray Adlington

Ottawa – Canadian Bar Association news release – September 4, 2018

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