THE ADVOCATE 307
VOL. 78 PART 2 MARCH 2020
The month of March (Martius) is named after the Roman god of
war, Mars. Mars was apparently a somewhat more level-headed
version of the Greek god of war, Ares, but a formidable foe and
defender in his own right. The red planet, Mars, is named after
the Roman god as well, and it has its own Mount Olympus: a volcano that
is nearly 22 kilometers high. Whether you are dreaming of interplanetary
voyages or about to do battle here on Earth, be inspired by the latest campaigns
and maneuvers of your colleagues, as detailed below.
Frank Lin and Kemily Ho join Eyford Partners, moving from Hartshorne
& Mehl and from Tevlin Gleadle Curtis, respectively. Gina Addario-Berry
also joins Eyford, having completed her articles at Cook Roberts. Stefan
Kruse moves from Murphy & Company to settle in at Segev LLP. Kerry
Short departs from Twining, Short & Haakonson to join Cornish Margolis
Boyd Mediation & Arbitration. Amyn Lalji leaps from the Vancouver office
of Miller Thomson to the Vancouver office of MLT Aikins. Peter J. Reardon
takes his considerable coffee-making skills from McMillan to Nathanson
Schachter & Thompson. Daniella Lyman escapes the frozen tundra that is
Edmonton and leaves McLennan Ross, joining Haddock & Company at its
new North Vancouver office, as does Tara Cox, who leaves First United
Legal Advocacy to do so.
Alexandra Anderson arrives in British Columbia from the plains of
Saskatchewan to practise employment and labour law at HHBG Lawyers.
Gaurav Parmar slides from HSJ Lawyers in Prince George to the Langley
office of Lindsay Kenney. Randy Noonan bids farewell to the Health
Lawyers who have moved their practices should email details of their past and present circumstances to Peter Roberts, Q.C.,
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lawyers’ status within their firms (from associate to partner, for example) other than in cases where persons formerly articled
have been hired as associates.