Nancy Murray, QC, retires

After 36 years in practice at the Nova Scotia Bar our friend and respected colleague, Nancy Murray, has retired.

Nancy was called to the Bar in 1983. She began her career with the local firm Stewart McKelvey where she remained for more than 30 years before joining C3 Legal. In 2002, she was appointed Queen’s Counsel. Nancy Murray was among the first to support C3 Legal’s innovative new firm model. Our firm has benefitted significantly from her legal acumen, practical advice, wisdom, collegiality, experience and good humor.

Nancy, who is a strong and impassioned advocate for her clients, has been repeatedly named “Lawyer of the Year” in numerous categories by Best Lawyers. Nancy has been a valued mentor to our firm’s lawyers, no matter their seniority. A proponent of continuing legal education, she has presented to insurance professionals and fellow lawyers on a wide variety of subjects.

Nancy’s vast knowledge, wise counsel, and dry wit will be missed by not only us, here at C3 Legal, but by all of her clients and colleagues who have had the pleasure of working with her throughout her long and illustrious career. She has left an indelible mark on our firm and remains a role model to us all.

All of us here at C3 Legal wish to thank Nancy for her collegiality, and support and are honoured to have her among the firm’s distinguished alumni. We wish her a very happy retirement.