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KUDOS! 11 law school alumni appointed to the Queen's Counsel
In May, 14 of Nova Scotia's top lawyers will be awarded the prestigious Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation. The Schulich School of Law is proud to report that 11 of them are alumni of our law school.
Our alumni who have been appointed are:
• Marcia Brennan (LLB '83)
• Ingrid Brodie (LLB '89)
• Lena Metlege Diab (LLB '90)
• Allen Murray (LLB '90)
• Alonzo C. Wright (LLB '94)
• Denise Mentis-Smith (LLB '95)
• Cheryl A. Canning (LLB '97)
• James Rossiter (LLB '98)
• Aleta C. Cromwell (LLB '98)
• Andrew Fraser (LLB '91)
• Kevin Donald Gibson (LLM '00)
Click here to read the Department of Justice news release.
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