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Cox & Palmer welcomes four new associates

Wednesday, July 05, 2017 @ 2:23 PM | By John Chunn


Four new associates have joined Cox & Palmer’s New Brunswick offices.

Bailey Campbell, Krisanne Stout, Michèle Brown-Gellert and Marie-Pier Levesque, all who articled with the firm, were called to the New Brunswick bar in June.

Campbell obtained a law degree (2016) from the University of New Brunswick in Fredericton, and carries on a general legal practice from the firm's Saint John office. Also working from the Saint John office, Stout obtained a juris doctor from the Schulich School of Law at Dalhousie University (2016).  She has a general legal practice.

Brown-Gellert works from the Fredericton office and obtained a law degree from the University of New Brunswick (2016).  She has a general legal practice with a focus on civil litigation.

Levesque obtained a law degree from Université de Moncton (2016). She has a general practice with a growing interest in employment and labour and civil litigation and is based at the Moncton office.