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The No-Longer-So-New Relocation Laws

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20 minutes
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20 minutes
Wayne MacKay
Rollie Thompson
County of Carleton Law Association (CCLA)
40 minutes
$99.00 plus tax
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Rollie Thompson and Professor Emeritus present: The No-Longer-So-New Relocation Laws


Wayne MacKay

Professor Rollie Thompson

Professor, Dalhousie Law School (now Schulich School of Law), since 1982 (full professor since 1992). Executive Director, Dalhousie Legal Aid Service, 1982-85 and 1991-94. Recipient of Dalhousie Law Alumni Association and Dalhousie Law Students Society Award for Teaching Excellence 2001-02 and of the Vincent J. Pottier Award for Exceptional and Outstanding Contribution to Dalhousie Legal Aid Service (awarded in 2005). Appointed Queen’s Counsel in 2011. Editor of the Canadian Family Law Quarterly. Co-director (with Prof. Carol Rogerson), Spousal Support Advisory Guidelines Project, Department of Justice Canada 2001-2008. On sabbatical 2006-07 at University of Toronto, Faculty of Law, taught Evidence. Also teaches Child and Spousal Support course at Osgoode Hall Law School, Osgoode Professional Development, Family Law Ll.M. (2007, 2009, 2011, 2013, 2015). Associate at Kitz, Matheson, Green & MacIsaac, Halifax, 1980-82. Member of N.S. Bar since 1980. Clerk to Justice Brian Dickson, Supreme Court of Canada, 1978-79. Ll.B. (Dalhousie, 1978); B.A. (Hons. Economics & Political Science) (McGill, 1971). Teaching subjects: Family Law, Evidence, Civil Procedure, Supreme Court (Family Division) Placement, Clinical Law.

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