Friday May 12, 2017

Remembering Steven Zatzman, Q.C.

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BOYNECLARKE LLP is saddened to announce the passing of an extraordinary person, friend and lawyer Steven Zatzman, Q.C. 

Originally from Dartmouth, Steven raised his three children while operating a successful legal practice at Wolfson Schelew  Zatzman before joining BOYNECLARKE LLP in 2012.  “He was aone-of-a-kind and an exceptional person” said longtime friend and business partner Andrew S. Wolfson, Q.C. in an interview with allNovaScotia (Hoare, 2017). 

Steven was an avid member of his community, serving as President of the Beth Israel Synagogue, President of the Halifax West Liberal Party Association, and as a member of Camp Kadimah’s Executive Committee for many years. 

Steven is survived by his three children, grandchild and brothers and will be greatly missed by his family at BOYNECLARKE LLP.  

 

 

Hoare, E. (2017, May 3). Steven Zatzman, “Selfless” Lawyer and Father. Retrieved March 3, 2017, from https://www.allnovascotia.com/news?pastIssueDate=2017-05-03#

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