first_img “These appointees have earned the respect of colleagues and many others by making strong personal contributions to their communities and the legal profession,” Mr. Landry said. Recommendations are made to cabinet by an independent advisory committee. Criteria include a minimum of 15 years as a member of the bar of Nova Scotia, demonstrated professional integrity, good character and outstanding contributions to the practice of law. Sir Graham Day, Hantsport John D. Plowman, Halifax William Delaney, Halifax Vincent A. Gillis, Sydney Lawrence John Stordy, Halifax Karen Oldfield, Halifax Anthony M. Tam, Halifax John A. McKiggan, Halifax R. Daren Baxter, Hammonds Plains C. LouAnn Chiasson, Dartmouth Dwight J.W. Rudderham, Sydney Phillip M. Saunders, Halifax Twelve lawyers can add the prestigious Queen’s Counsel designation to their considerable legal and community accomplishments. Minister of Justice and Attorney General Ross Landry announced the Q.C. appointments today, Dec. 22. The appointees are:last_img

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