Monday June 15, 2015

BOYNECLARKE LLP Welcomes Stephen M. Campbell

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BOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to welcome Stephen M. Campbell to the firm. Stephen joins our growing Business Law team, practicing primarily in the areas of banking, finance, commercial real estate, and tax law.

A graduate of Dalhousie University, Stephen joins BOYNECLARKE LLP from Cox & Palmer’s Halifax office, where his practice focused on commercial lending for chartered banks and other lenders, as well as business planning and advice for small to medium enterprises. Prior to that, Stephen was an Associate with Wickwire Holm.

‘We are lucky to have Stephen joining us. He brings strong experience and will be a valuable compliment to our Business Law team. He adds to the momentum that our Business Law team has generated with the addition of Marc LeClair and Natalie Woodbury,’ stated Managing Partner James D. MacNeil.

Stephen is a member of the Canadian Bar Association, Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society, Canadian Tax Foundation and the Real Estate Lawyers Association of Nova Scotia. He is currently the Secretary of the Risk Management Association and a Board Member with The Newbridge Foundation for Academic and Athletic Excellence.

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