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Norton Rose Fulbright names new partners for 2018

Thursday, December 21, 2017 @ 2:59 PM | By Carolyn Gruske


Staring in 2018 Norton Rose Fulbright will have 11 new partners in Canada.

The firm also announced the appointment of three new of counsel, which will also be effective as of Jan. 1, 2018.

“I am pleased to welcome our new partners and of counsel. Congratulations to all for their exceptional contributions to our firm and continued client dedication, both nationally and globally,” said Charles Hurdon, managing partner of Norton Rose Fulbright in Canada.

The list of new partners is as follows:
  • In Calgary, Bryan Walker (litigation)
  • In Montreal, Antoine Desroches (business); Maude Grenier (employment and labour); Amélie Métivier (business); and Peter Riddell (business)
  • In Quebec City, Jérôme Landry (business); and Vincent Rochette (litigation)
  • In Toronto, Bruce Sheiner (business); and Tommy Wong (business)
  • In Vancouver, Nathaniel Misri (business); and Mario Rubio (business)

The of counsel appointments go to Jason Giborski (business) in Calgary; Pierre-Étienne Morand (employment and labour) in Quebec City; and Rhonda Shirreff (employment and labour) in Toronto.