Tuesday April 28, 2015

BOYNECLARKE LLP Hosts UT Dallas Executive MBA Student Contingent

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BOYNECLARKE LLP was pleased to host 20 students and 5 faculty members from the University of Texas at Dallas Executive MBA program.

Charles Gillis from the Texas TAGLaw firm Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr introduced the Nova Scotia trip to the UTD Administration. Charles is an alumnus of the UTD MBA program, and attended the luncheon with UTD staff and students, and Lawyers and Management from BOYNECLARKE LLP. Over lunch, the group did introductions and discussed doing business in Nova Scotia and ULC opportunities for US firms.

One of Atlantic Canada’s largest law firms, BOYNECLARKE LLP is a blend of personal, business, and institutional lawyers and a member of the TAGLaw alliance. www.boyneclarke.ca

Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr’s more than 120 attorneys in three markets. Their Houston office is also an affiliate member in the TAGLaw network. www.munsch.com

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