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Wednesday September 18, 2013

James D. MacNeil Admitted to New Brunswick Bar

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BOYNECLARKE LLP, one of Atlantic Canada’s largest law firms, is pleased to announce that James D. MacNeil was admitted to the Law Society of New Brunswick on September 17, 2013. 

Mr. MacNeil has been associated with BOYNECLARKE LLP since graduating from the University of New Brunswick in 2000.  A successful member of the litigation team, with a particular emphasis on Construction Law, Mr. MacNeil has been a member of the firm’s Executive Committee and was responsible for the development and move by the firm in 2010 to its new offices in Metropolitan Place in Dartmouth.  He was appointed BOYNECLARKE LLP’s Managing Partner in February 2012.

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