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Monday December 9, 2019

BOYNECLARKE LLP Welcomes Lauren Murphy Turner

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BOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to announce and welcome Lauren Murphy Turner to the firm. Lauren joins our Family Law Team as a staff lawyer where she will be putting her diverse skills to use.

Lauren was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2017, after earning her law degree from Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law. She also holds a Master of Library and Information Studies from Dalhousie University. Lauren’s skillset and experience in information management provide unique insights for legal problem solving, especially in the area of Family Law.

Lauren is a member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society.

Welcome Lauren!

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