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Tuma T. W. Young is the Society’s Second Vice-President for the 2019-2020 Council year. He was acclaimed after nominations closed Friday, Feb. 15th & will assume the position after our Annual Meeting in June. Congratulations Tuma! Learn more
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NS Criminal Justice Feb 15
Don't forget to register for our April 10th learning event. We’re creating a space to build resilience among people whose work intersects with the criminal justice system. Find out more at:
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Nova Scotia Courts Feb 15
Feb 18 is in NS honouring the talented work of local artist Maud Lewis. In lieu of the holiday, the NS Courts will not sit on Monday. Courthouses will resume regular hours on Tuesday, Feb 19
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NSLegalAid Feb 15
Don’t forget the deadline for applying for the Legal Assistant positon in our Kentville Office is February 22nd. Details:
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 15
Interested in running in our 2019 District Election? The deadline to submit a nomination is today! Learn more about the election & nomination process at
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 15
Our public representatives on Council help to ensure that we continue to fulfill our purpose to protect the public interest in the practice of law.
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 14
We're seeking members for two judicial advisory committees. Deadline to apply is Friday, Feb 15th. Learn more about these positions & how to apply at
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NSLegalAid Feb 14
It’s easy to apply for legal aid – stop in any office, give us a call, see us in community, or apply online here:
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Nova Scotia Courts Feb 11
There's still time to apply to be a law clerk with the NS Court of Appeal or the Supreme Court of NS! Visit for info on our clerkship programs, including duties, salary & deadlines to be considered for the 2019/20 term
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 8
It's the last week to submit a candidate nomination for our District Election! Ten Council members will be elected across the province. Interested in adding your voice to Council? Submit your nomination by Feb. 15th. Learn about the nomination process at
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Feb 7
“I still feel this is not a property issue. I feel it’s a human rights issue.” — Angela Simmonds alum Angela Simmonds (left) and Lauren Grant spoke about land claim titles at today’s , presented by for
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 7
Today's presented by features the Society's Equity & Access manager & alum Angela Simmons!
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NSLegalAid Feb 6
Need advice on family or criminal law matters? Drop by on Thursday (Feb. 7) from 9:00 am-12 pm at the Potlotek (Chapel Island) First Nation Band Office to speak to a Legal Aid Lawyer. Details here:
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 6
our Candidate Information Session is tomorrow evening from 4:30-5:30 PM! If you're interested in sharing your voice on Council this is an opportunity to learn more. RSVP for the session (via teleconference or at our offices) at
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 6
Upcoming screening of Philadelphia Feb. 22nd!
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 4
Want to learn more about running for the Society's Council? Join us at our candidate information session this Thursday, Feb. 7th! You can join us in person or via teleconference. Learn more at
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 1
Today's the first day of . The 2019 theme is 'Our History is Your History' which recognizes the unique story of African Nova Scotians & how this story is interwoven throughout the past, present and future of all Nova Scotians.
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NSBarristers'Society Feb 1
Mi’kmaq lawyer Tuma T. W. Young is nominated as our Second Vice-President for the 2019-2020 Council year. Tuma is the first Mi’kmaq lawyer nominated to our Executive. Learn more about Tuma & the 2nd VP nominating process at
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SchulichSchoolofLaw Jan 31
JAN 31 | 4:30 PM | Today's F.B. Wickwire Memorial Lecture features David Layton Q.C. (LLB '87) on the defence counsel's role in contemporary criminal law practice. Details -
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NSLegalAid Jan 31
Are you interested in our Halifax South Office criminal lawyer position? Don't forget the deadline for applications is February 1st!
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