COVID19 and Temporary Office Closure

As of April 28, 2021, in view of guidance from provincial Public Health, Burchells LLP's offices at 1801 Hollis Street are temporarily closed to the public. We are hopeful this closure can be reversed in a couple of weeks, but will take our guidance from Public Health and the province.

In the meantime our IT resources are more than sufficient, and Burchells' lawyers and staff remain hard at work delivering results for our clients.  It's business-as-usual.  Don't hesitate to contact us by phone or email.

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About Manon

Manon Landry est entièrement bilingue.  Pour sa biographie en francais veuillez cliquez ici .

Originally from Shediac, New Brunswick, Manon obtained her Bachelor of Commerce from Saint Mary’s University, graduating cum laude. Shortly thereafter, Manon received her Juris Doctor with a Business Law Specialization from Dalhousie’s Schulich School of Law. 

Manon is an associate in Burchells’ litigation group and enjoys a broad practice. Prior to joining Burchells, Manon was an associate at a securities litigation boutique in Toronto, Ontario. She articled and summered at the Toronto office of a global law firm, during which time she was seconded to the Bank of Montreal. Manon was also the recipient of the McCarthy Tétrault LLP Business Law Internship Program in her first-year of law school, where she interned at Irving Shipbuilding Inc.

During law school, Manon volunteered at the Saint Mary’s University Language Centre, the Dalhousie Law Journal, Pro Bono Students Canada, Pro Bono Dalhousie, Dalhousie Youth Law Education Society, and with l’Association des Juristes d’Expression Française de la Nouvelle-Écosse (AJEFNÉ).

She also participated in the Laskin Moot in her final year of law school, where she received the awards of First Place Pair, and First Place Factum. Manon presented her oral and written submissions in French, her first language. 

Manon was called to the Ontario Bar in 2020, and the Nova Scotia Bar in January 2021.