Monday May 11, 2015

Brian Casey appointed as Queen’s Counsel

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BOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to announce the appointment of Brian P. Casey as Queen’s Counsel.  This prestigious designation is an honour presented to a select group of lawyers in recognition of leadership in the practice of law and in our community.

Brian practices in the firm’s Commercial and Criminal Litigation sections. He has been successful counsel in the Supreme Court of Canada and in the Courts of Nova Scotia, British Columbia, Ontario, Newfoundland and Labrador, and Prince Edward Island, as well as before the Federal Court and a variety of administrative boards.

Brian has been included in the 2015 edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada for Criminal Defense published by Best Lawyers®. He was also a 2012 recipient of the Nova Scotia Council for the Family Award of Merit for his volunteer work with Homebridge Youth Society and was elected the 2012 Provincial Coordinator of the Nova Scotia Debating Society. He teaches part time at the Dalhousie Law School and is the debate coach at Sacred Heart School of Halifax.

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