Jenny's family law career began as a summer law student with Sealy Cornish Coulthard (SCC) in 2008. She joined the firm upon admission to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2011, and she has practiced exclusively in family law since then. Jenny spent twelve years as a member of the Sealy Cornish Coulthard family law team (first as a summer student and then an articling clerk and associate) and was excited to be part of the firm's merger with CDR in July 2020. She is the past chair of the CBA Nova Scotia Family Law Section, and she volunteered for many years with the Parent Information Program through the Supreme Court Family Division. In 2015, Jenny received the Canadian Bar Association's Zoe Odei Young Lawyers award for distinguished or exceptional service to the Association, the community or charitable causes.
Jenny is trained in the Collaborative Family Process, and where possible, she uses alternative dispute resolutions to help clients resolve their matters efficiently without the involvement of the courts.
She received her Bachelor of Arts (Hons., 2007) from Queen's University with a major in Classics and a minor in Art History. She is the past President of the Halifax/Dartmouth branch of the Queen's University Alumni Association.
Ontario native Jennifer loves Halifax but she says Lunenburg is the reason she moved to Nova Scotia. Whenever her young family allows, you'll find her enjoying the province's south shore.
“I choose to work in a firm where the efforts of every person makes a visible difference; one which treats their lawyers and staff members as part of a family. I want to extend the same approach to our clients so they know they have the entire firm working on their behalf.”
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