Prince Albert welcomes new lawyers

By Charlene Tebbutt
December 8, 2018 - 9:00am

The Prince Albert legal community welcomed five new lawyers to its ranks Friday. 

The new members were recognized in a special court sitting at Prince Albert Court of Queen's Bench. The new inductees included MaryAnne Lady-Jane Larson, Daniel Arnot, Monika Goyal, Julia Quigley and Conor Holash. 

Each of the new inductees has completed three years of law school and one year of articling. The newly-minted lawyers also took an oath and signed an official register allowing them to practice law in Saskatchewan. Representatives with the Law Society of Saskatchewan, the Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association and the Canadian Bar Assocaition spoke at the event, offering words of advice and encouragement as the members begin their law careers. 

In welcoming the new members, Queen's Bench Justice Lyle Zuk urged the inductees to use their skills to help others navigate the law. 

"Ideally, when you look back, you will see that you have made contributions to your community," he said. 

 

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