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Office Relocation – Central Law

Please be advised that Central Law is moving their office location. As of Tuesday, August 30th, their new office will be located at 105 Roe Ave (old K-Rock building past Walmart). Please note that Central Law office will be closed on Monday, August 29th during this transition period. Please connect with their office if you...

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Indigenous Law Student Scholarship Application

Supporting Indigenous students in their pursuit of a legal education increases the representation of Indigenous students in the legal community. The Law Society’s Indigenous Law Student Scholarship supports Indigenous law students who are pursuing a Juris Doctor degree, a Master of Laws degree, or a Ph.D. in law. It also promotes legal research and scholarly...

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MacNab Fagan & Murphy Welcomes New Partner

Deborah L. J. Hutchings, QC, will be joining the firm, MacNab Fagan & Murphy, as a new partner effective July 1, 2022, at their new location in the Prince Charles Building, 120 Torbay Road, Suite W240, St. John’s NL A1A 2G8. Ms. Hutchings can be reached by email at dhutchings@yourlegalteam.ca or by phone at 709-726-8844....

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PLIAN – New Office Location

PLIAN will be moving to their new office space this week, located at 140 Water Street, Suite 300 (the TD Building). While PLIAN will remain operational during this time, there may be some disruption to the phone line while equipment is moved to the new location. Messages will be returned as soon as possible. Access to...

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Location Change – MacNab Fagan & Murphy

The partners and staff at MacNab Fagan & Murphy wish to advise that effective 27 May 2022, the law offices of R. A. Gordon MacNab, Q.C., Anne M. Fagan, Q.C., and Sheilagh M. Murphy, Q.C. will be moving.  New Address: MacNab Fagan & Murphy Prince Charles Building W240-120 Torbay Road St. John’s NL A1A 2G8...

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REVISED NOTICE TO THE PROFESSION AND GENERAL PUBLIC: SUPREME COURT OPERATIONS – GENERAL DIVISION AND FAMILY DIVISION

SUPREME COURT OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR NOTICE TO THE PROFESSION AND GENERAL PUBLIC SUPREME COURT OPERATIONS FOR GENERAL DIVISION AND FAMILY DIVISION JUDICIAL CENTRES MAY – JUNE, 2022 (REVISED) For the information of all stakeholders, this Notice outlines the planned operations for the General Division and Family Division in all judicial centres from May 2-June...

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NOTICE TO THE PROFESSION AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC RE: Masking – THE PROVINCIAL COURT OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR

THE PROVINCIAL COURT OF NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR NOTICE TO THE PROFESSION AND THE GENERAL PUBLIC PROVINCIAL COURT OPERATIONS REVISED COVID-19 OPERATIONAL PLAN ISSUED: MAY 13, 2022 MASKING Treasury Board Secretariat announced effective Saturday, May 14, 2022, public service employees are no longer required to wear masks in core government departments. While not required, wearing a...

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Mental Health Week: May 2–8, 2022

Lead by the Canadian Mental Health Association, this year’s theme is empathy. “When someone is struggling, you don’t have to fix their aches and pains, just see it through their eyes.” “We may be different but we’re not on different sides, so we must see the world as others do.” “You can understand even if...

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