Wanda Fawcett, head of Bishop & McKenzie's Wills and Estates department, is pleased to announce the recent addition of three additional colleagues to the group. Patty Ko, Joshua Fortier and Jill Mansell bring years of combined experience in fields including estate litigation, tax and real-estate law.
While all of the lawyers at Bishop & McKenzie LLP are clear communicators, several of them are multilingual and are happy to converse with clients in a language other than English.
We are pleased to offer clients that opportunity in French, Spanish, German, Korean, Punjabi, Polish and Arabic.
One or two of our lawyers are also fluent in hockey ... and rock ’n’ roll.
Don Bishop, senior counsel at Bishop & McKenzie chaired a panel at the 4th National Pro Bono Conference in Montreal this year. The conference created a national forum to address all aspects of providing pro bono legal service: from major themes to ground level challenges.
The partners of Bishop & McKenzie LLP are proud to announce that Zachary H. Lindop has joined the firm as an associate, practising in the areas of Business Transactions and Corporate Law, and Commercial Leasing.
We congratulate Zachary on being admitted to the Alberta bar and welcome him warmly.
Bishop & McKenzie is pleased to introduce the three impressive individuals who joined our firm this month, as articling students for 2012-2013.
Working from our Edmonton office are Rob Hiseler and Nancy J. Strong. Alex Fay is located in our Calgary office.
On June 22, Don Bishop, Bishop & McKenzie’s senior counsel, received the Merit Award of Honourary Membership to the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Alberta, for his leadership in the law and accounting professions, his distinctive record of service to Canada, and his lifetime of work within the community.