Letter From The Section Chairs Of The Canadian Corporate Counsel Association

2013-08-16 15:37

Though our population is smaller than that of the United States, Canada’s large land mass makes getting together a challenge, which is where the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) Section Network comes in.

The CCCA Sections act as the backbone of this association, bringing together in-house counsel in 11 different regions to share ideas, learn from one another, and make valuable professional connections. Whether you’re working as an in-house counsel at a university in Atlantic Canada, a bank in Toronto’s Financial District, an oilsands company in Alberta, for the federal government or for a smaller municipality, there is a CCCA community of like-minded professionals in your region.

The CCCA’s programs and events are first-rate, and many are offered regularly at a regional level by the Sections. These local professional development offerings ensure that in-house counsel in every area of the country are on the cutting edge of this profession. Additionally, program topics are often customized for a particular Section’s region, focussing on the industries, regulations and challenges most common to that area of Canada.

We are the only in-house counsel association to represent and support all of Canada’s communities, providing members coast to coast with equal access to networking, learning and career development opportunities.

Sincerely,

The CCCA Section Chairs:

Karen Hollett, Newfoundland & Labrador; Penny Harding, Nova Scotia; Tyler Langdon, New Brunswick & PEI; Frédéric Pérodeau, Québec; Stephen Rotstein, Ontario; Nick Slonosky, Manitoba; Sheldon Stener, Saskatchewan North; Terry Jordan, Saskatchewan South; Keely Brown and Dena Mitchell, Alberta North; Lawna Hurl, Alberta South; and Wendy King, British Columbia.