Wednesday April 12, 2017

John S. Fitzpatrick, Q.C. Inducted into Bertha Wilson Honour Society

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BOYNECLARKE LLP is pleased to announce the induction of John S. Fitzpatrick, Q.C. to the Bertha Wilson Honour Society for 2016. The Bertha Wilson Honour Society at the Schulich School of Law recognizes extraordinary alumni and showcases their geographic reach and contributions to law and society. Each year, there are up to 5 alumni inducted into the Society.

John is a Partner at BOYNECLARKE LLP and Chair of the firm’s Creditor Practice Team. He is a past member of the firm’s Executive Committee and has been the recipient of many awards and designations throughout his career. John is very active in the community, including his twenty years served on the Board of Governors for Saint Mary’s University, with his last eight years serving as Chair and Vice-Chair. Currently, John is Director of the Halifax International Airport Authority, a member of the World Wildlife Fund Canada Board of Directors and a member of the Queen’s Counsel Advisory Committee.

To learn more about the Bertha Wilson Honour Society, click here.

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