News» Go to news main
KUDOS! Alumni Misty Morrison and Marc Nojh appointed Crown attorneys in Yarmouth
The Nova Scotia Public Prosecution Service has appointed two new Crown attorneys in Yarmouth. The hirings of Misty Morrison (LLB '08) and McFarlane (Marc) Njoh (LLB '16) were announced on Feb. 6. Morrison and Njoh have both done per diem work for the Public Prosecution Service.
Morrison, who is from Danvers, Digby County, N.S., graduated in 2000 from Dalhousie with a bachelor of science in psychology, in 2008 from Dalhousie Law School and in 2013 from St. Francis Xavier University with a bachelor of education.
Morrison articled with the provincial Justice Department and in 2009 was hired as a Nova Scotia Legal Aid staff lawyer in Annapolis Royal. In 2010, she was named a tutor with the Black Educators Association in Weymouth. She has also worked as a co-ordinator of race relations, cross-cultural understanding, and human rights for two school boards.
After working as a substitute teacher in 2015–16, Morrison joined Oliver Janson Law Inc. in Digby, where she focused on criminal and family law and worked as a per diem prosecutor.
Njoh, a native of Cameroon, graduated in 2013 from Dalhousie with a bachelor of arts in political science and in 2016 from Dal’s Schulich School of Law. He articled with Stewart McKelvey in Halifax and in 2017 began working as a per diem Crown attorney.
Njoh has served as president of the Association of Cameroonians in Nova Scotia, secretary general of the African Diaspora Association of the Maritimes, and vice-president of the Dalhousie Law Students' Society.
- Schulich Law students dominate 2019 McKelvey Cup
- Professor Richard Devlin ft in "Chief justice's remarks spark debate over mandatory pro bono for lawyers"
- Welcome to the new version of your weekly newsletter!
- Professor Emeritus Wayne MacKay ft in "Legal expert weighs in on SNC‑Lavalin controversy"
- Professor Michelle Williams ft in "Remembering why Black lives matter. Senator Wanda Bernard on Bill S‑255, the Emancipation Day Act"
- Professor Emeritus Wayne MacKay ft in "Why Judy Wilson Raybolt can't comment on SNC Lavalin case"
- Professor Emeritus Wayne MacKay ft in "Justice Committee defeats Conservative motion calling for Trudeau to waive attorney‑client privilege and allow Wilson‑Raybould to testify"
- LLM candidate Wendy MacGregor ft in "Researcher says sexual violence is a part of sports culture"