Thursday June 4, 2015

BOYNECLARKE LLP Welcomes New Associates

Posted in: News

BOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to welcome Rilla Banks and Andrew P. Nicol as Associates to the firm. Rilla will join the firm’s Business Litigation Team and Andrew will practice with our Residential Property and Wills & Estates Teams.

Rilla completed her Common and Civil law degrees from McGill University while Andrew received his LL.B. at Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law. Both articled with BOYNECLARKE LLP for the 2014-2015 year.

While at McGill, Rilla served a term as Co-Director of the legal clinic ‘Innocence McGill’, and represented students subject to the university’s disciplinary proceedings as a Student Advocate with McGill University’s Student Advocacy Program.

Andrew volunteered for the Pro Bono Students Canada – Dalhousie Chapter, the Dalhousie Legal Aid Clinic and the Atlantic Refugee and Immigrant Services. 

Share This Post:

Recent Blog Posts

News | Thursday June 20, 2019

Welcome Articled Clerks and Summer Students!

Posted in:

We are pleased to welcome our current Articled Clerks and Summer Students to the firm.

Read full article
News | Tuesday June 18, 2019

David Coles, Q.C. is the new Regional Chair of the Supreme Court Advocacy Institute (Atlantic Region)

Posted in:

Below is a Press Release from the Advocacy Institute announcing new appointments. The non-profit Institute provides volunteer senior litigation counsel who will, on a confidential basis, moot, upon request, the argument of counsel who are to appear before the Supreme Court of Canada. 

Read full article
News | Wednesday May 15, 2019

Kathryn A. Raymond, Q.C. comments on the Expert Panel on Modern Federal Labour Standards

Authored by: Kathryn A. Raymond, Q.C. Posted in:

The Expert Panel on Modern Federal Labour Standards held round table discussions with employers, employees and interested organizations in Vancouver last Thursday and Friday.

Read full article
News | Thursday April 18, 2019

Happy Administrative Professionals' Week!

Posted in:

Administrative Professionals’ Week was created in 1952 to recognize the importance and value of support staff within the workplace.

Read full article