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Check Out the Latest News from Waterbury Newton

There is always something going on at the  Waterbury Newton office in Kentville, Nova Scotia. On this page, you can stay up-to-date on the news, community events and personal triumphs of our lawyers and staff.

  • Lawyers
    Waterbury Newton is a well-established, yet progressive law firm offering a full range of legal services to our clients. We are one of the largest law firms in Western Nova Scotia, with clients throughout the province. We have offices in Kentville and Berwick. Our philosophy of quality service and a commitment to our community is reflected in all we do. If you are interested in being a part of our team, please send your cover letter, résumé and transcript via mail or email to our Human Resources Coordinator, Shelly Egan.
  • Support Staff
    Our support staff is a group with extensive expertise, several of whom have over 20 years of experience with our firm. Members of our support staff are active participants of our team. They help our lawyers achieve successful outcomes for our clients and participate in business activities to the benefit of the firm as a whole. Our support staff has a spirit of camaraderie and charity and is actively involved in community activities and fundraisers. If you are interested in being part of our team, please send your cover letter, résumé and references to our Human Resources Coordinator, Shelly Egan.
  • Articling Program
    Articled clerks are a valuable part of our team. They benefit from an extensive learning experience and often have the opportunity to become associates with our firm after successfully completing their articling term. At Waterbury Newton, we combine the benefits of a formal rotation process with an informal learning experience. This enables articled clerks to obtain essential training in our major practice areas as well as get involved in our most interesting cases from beginning to end. While Waterbury Newton does not participate in on-campus interviews (OCIs), we do have an extensive recruiting process. We typically hire an articled clerk each year in the fall for the subsequent articling year. For more information on our articling program, contact Shelly Egan, Human Resources Coordinator.
  • Students
    Waterbury Newton hosts several students each year from high schools, colleges and universities who are completing job placements, working part-time or on a project basis. Students gain valuable experience during their term and often have growth opportunities at our firm. If you are interested in part-time employment or completing a job placement, please contact Shelly Egan, our Human Resources Coordinator.
  • Curt Palmer Runs the Legs for Literacy Half Marathon
    Moncton, New Brunswick (October 23, 2013) Curtis Palmer, accompanied by his sons Colin and Benjamin, travelled to Moncton on October 23, 2013, to compete in the Legs for Literacy half marathon. This running event, which is the biggest in New Brunswick, supports literacy efforts in that province. The temperature that day was +1 Celsius, and it took Curt and the boys — who vowed to start together and finish the event together — approximately two hours and twenty minutes to complete the race. Curtis is a three-time provincial men’s curling champion and has represented Nova Scotia on three separate occasions at the Briar. As a senior curler, Curtis has won three provincial championships, and has attended senior nationals on three occasions. Colin is finishing his Masters in International Studies at St. Mary’s University. Benjamin is a first year Masters of Public Administration student at Dalhousie University. Both boys enjoy the opportunity to run and curl with their father.
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