Stewart McDannold Stuart is glad to be participating in this year’s virtual Annual LGMA Conference: Harnessing Momentum, Steering Through Change. (more…)
From all of the lawyers and support staff at Stewart McDannold Stuart, we wish you all the best for the holiday season, and a happy and prosperous New Year.
In lieu of sending greeting cards this year, we have made a donation support of Victoria’s Sandy Merriman House, which has been providing shelter and support for women in need since 1995.
Stewart McDannold Stuart is pleased to welcome our newest associate, David Giroday. David is a graduate of the University of Windsor law school, and was called to the bar in 2019 after completing his articles with a well known law firm in Vancouver. David will be working with our litigation group providing services to our local government clients.
Kathryn Stuart will be attending the LGMA Corporate Officers Forum. On October 8th, she will be presenting a session on Ethics and the Law.
We are pleased to announce that Andrew Buckley has joined Stewart McDannold Stuart as an associate. Andrew is a knowledgeable civil litigator with experience in all levels of court, as well as municipal, environmental and insurance law. Andrew will be working with our litigation group, providing services to our local government clients.
Our office will be closed on December 27. We will be open on December 24, 30, and 31.
From all of the lawyers and support staff at Stewart McDannold Stuart, we wish you all the best for the holiday season and a happy and prosperous New Year.
In lieu of sending greeting cards this year, we have made a donation to the BC SPCA Wild Animal Rehabilitation Centre (Wild ARC).
On November 15, 2019 Kathryn Stuart will be teaching a session in Parksville on administrative law as part of Capilano University’s PADM Course in Municipal Law.
Ryan Bortolin will be attending the 2019 TOGLMA Conference, presenting on Rights & Responsibilities of Public Interface Workers. He will be discussing the responsibilities of local government, as a public service industry, to protect both their employees and the public.
Kathryn Stuart and Peter Johnson are returning to teach the Local Government Law course in the School of Public Administration at the University of Victoria for the Fall 2019 semester. This course provides an analysis of legislation and court decisions applicable to local governments in British Columbia. The course endeavors to provide students with a broad, general knowledge of the field of local government law; legal reasoning and how to recognize potential legal problems and understand and evaluate legal advice; and to demonstrate some of the ways in which local government law is used by the local governments to govern their affairs and to realize their purposes and objectives.