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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.

Burchells Associate Roy Stewart has been selected as incoming Vice-Chair of the Aboriginal Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association’s Nova Scotia branch. The Aboriginal Law Section helps...
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We are pleased to announce that once again D. Bruce Clarke, QC and Stuart C.B. Gilby have been chosen by their peers as leading practitioners in the area of Aboriginal Law to be published in the...
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Burchells' own Jonathan Saumier has accepted an invitation to join the board of the Childhood Cancer Canada Foundation. CCCF aims to help Canadian children with cancer through investment in national...
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Burchells LLP is very pleased to announce that our very own Cheryl Canning has been designated as Queen's Counsel.   The Queen’s Counsel designation is awarded to members of the legal...
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Burchells is proud to celebrate with our own Naiomi Metallic, having earned the Dalhousie Law Alumni Association's and Law Students’ Society's Award for Excellence in Teaching. Despite her full-time...
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