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Gowling WLG adds 18 partners in Canada

Tuesday, January 05, 2021 @ 12:43 PM | By John Chunn

Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP welcomed 18 legal professionals to its partnership, effective Jan. 1, 2021.

Promotion details, including name, practice and location of new Canadian partners:

Kennedy Bear Robe, Indigenous law, Vancouver; Will Boyer, intellectual property (IP) law; Ottawa; Jacob Cawker, securities and corporate law, Toronto; Aaron Christoff, Aboriginal and treaty rights governance, Vancouver; Chris Colonval, banking law, Vancouver; Jill Dunn, securities law, Vancouver; Kenneth Howe, real estate, Vancouver; Amy-Lynn Kosick, labour and employment, Calgary; Jessie Larter, civil litigation; Calgary; Marek Lorenc, securities law, Toronto; Mary-Pier Marchterre, civil/commercial and construction litigation, Montreal; Eric Rockefeller, banking law, Hamilton, Ont.; Sahil Shoor, litigation and dispute resolution, Waterloo, Ont.; Maya Stano, environmental, natural resources, Indigenous law, Vancouver; Kirsty Strong, real estate, Toronto; Angéline Therrien-Lapointe, Indigenous law, Montreal; Matthijs van Gaalen, banking law, Hamilton; and Corey Willard, civil litigation, Ottawa. 

“On behalf of all of our professionals, I congratulate our new partners on this significant career achievement,” said Peter Lukasiewicz, CEO of Gowling WLG (Canada) LLP. “Having just successfully concluded a challenging year, we start 2021 with optimism for the future, and we look forward to the continuing contributions of our new partners to the success of our clients and our firm.”