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In January of 2016, Elizabeth (Beth) Goldenberg, BA’88 (Science), LLB’91, opened The New Family Law Center in London, Ont. Her family law firm provides legal representation at a fixed monthly price, a complementary wellness program, and a referral service to other areas of law.

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On September 9, 2015, Sabine Nolke, BA’78, MA'80, LLB'85, presented her letters of credence as Canada's Ambassador to the Kingdom of the Netherlands to His Majesty, King Willem Alexander. She serves concurrently as Permanent Representative to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons; her portfolio includes representing Canada at the international legal institutions resident in The Hague.

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Omar Ha-Redeye, JD’10, was awarded the OBA Foundation Award on Nov. 9, 2015, for exceptional contributions to the legal system and public legal education. The senior recipient of the award was Hon. Justice Stephen Goudge.

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Clayton Stewart, LLB’90, joined Mercier & Associates, an active boutique family law firm, in January, 2015. He says: “Having the best time practicing law here, with my practice expanding, great staff, office close to court. I am actually having fun practicing law. That, in and of itself is worth celebrating!”

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William McDonald, LLB’82, recently established a boutique law firm, Allen McDonald Swartz LLP (AMS LLP), that focuses on corporate law, capital markets transactions and securities law. Working with clients all across North America, the firm is headquartered in Toronto, Ontario, and is recognized equally for its work with large multi-national companies and entrepreneurial start-ups.

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John Braden, LLB’65, recently finished writing a non-fiction book, Because the Future Matters: Let's Stop Letting Modern Economics and Our Energy Addiction Ruin Almost Everything!.

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Stephen De Boer, BA’86, LLB’89, was named Canada's Ambassador to the Republic of Poland.

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Charles Graham, LLB’78, was recently appointed a judge of the Family Court Branch in Barrie.

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Edward Wong, LLB’89, has worked as a trial lawyer for 24 years and is the Liberal candidate for Member of Parliament for Vancouver East. His son, Andrew, is studying Engineering at Western.

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Elizabeth Weir, LLB’76, has been accredited by the United Nations Development Program as a member of its Roster of Experts in Democratic Governance to conduct international parliamentary training and strengthening programs.

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Thomas Telfer, BA’85, JD’88, is a Professor of Law at Western University. He recently published: Ruin and Redemption: The Struggle for a Canadian Bankruptcy Law, 1867-1919 (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2014).

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Paul Harte, BA'88, LLB/MBA'92, has been chosen as the plaintiff honouree for the 2017 Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Celebration of the Personal Injury Bar Dinner in recognition of his leadership in the field of medical malpractice.

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In April 2017, after more than six years as a practicing securities and M&A lawyer, Joel Freudman, JD'11, has moved on to establish Resurgent Capital Corp., a Toronto-based institutional activist investor.

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Rustan Juma, LLB'07, became the General Counsel and Corporate Secretary of Eckler Ltd, effective October 11, 2016. He was previously Legal Counsel at Deloitte LLP. On August 1, 2015 he married to Zaynah Marani, BA'04.

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