On March 4, 2020 Minister of Justice and Solicitor General (Alberta) Doug Schweitzer announced the recipients of the honourary title of Queen’s Counsel in recognition of their exceptional contributions to the Alberta legal community. Gwendolyn Stewart-Palmer of Shores Jardine LLP was one of the recipients.
The Queen’s Counsel designation recognizes lawyers who have made particular contributions to the legal profession, or public life. The appointment is made to lawyers demonstrating attributes making them a leader in the legal profession.
Best Lawyers magazine has selected William Shores, K.C. as one of “Canada’s Best Lawyers 2024” in Administrative and Public Law. Recognition by Best Lawyers is based entirely on peer…Read More
Shores Jardine has been selected as one of “Canada’s Best Law Firms 2024” in the “Administration & Public Law” area of distinction. The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business…Read More
Student-at-Law, Amin Ben Khaled, has been featured in the Fort McMurray Public School Division’s Spotlight on Alumni. Amin was asked questions about his public school education, how it prepared him…Read More