Halifax Office Welcomes Four New Associates

June 12, 2009

Cox & Palmer's Halifax office is pleased to welcome four new associate lawyers called to the Nova Scotia Bar in June 2009.

Sarah Drodge earned her law degree from the University of New Brunswick and has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in Political Science and a Certificate in Public Administration (International Studies) from Cape Breton University. Sarah's practice focuses on labour and employment law, as well as litigation.

Ashley Dunn obtained her law degree from the University of New Brunswick. She also has a Bachelor of Commerce (Honours) degree from Queen's University. Ashley joins the firm's litigation team.

Joseph Herschorn is a graduate of Dalhousie Law School and also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree with first class honours in Contemporary Studies and Philosophy from the University of King's College. He joins our litigation team.

Andrew Sowerby completed his law degree at Dalhousie Law School and his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) in English Literature at the University of King's College. Andrew's practice also focuses on litigation.