Louise Novinger-Grant, K.C. to retire after more than 25 years

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After more than 25 years, Louise Novinger-Grant, K.C. has retired from Burnet, Duckworth and Palmer LLP. Called to the Alberta Bar in 1996, Louise's practice initially focused on commercial and general litigation. She was appointed King's Counsel in 2020.

Louise has had an impressive career in commercial arbitration, energy litigation and dispute resolution. She has received numerous awards and accolades including being recognized as one of the Top 100 Women in Litigation and among the Best Lawyers in Canada.

"Louise has been instrumental to the development and continued success of our litigation group. Throughout the years, our team has consistently looked to Louise's bright legal mind for guidance on a variety of issues. Her unwavering dedication to both the firm and the team, combined with her commitment to excellence, will be greatly missed. She has been a champion and mentor to our team, and we all feel fortunate to have worked alongside her for so many years. We wish her all the best in her retirement and will miss her greatly." - Andrew Sunter, Partner at BD&P.

The team at BD&P extends its sincere gratitude for Louise's extensive contributions, guidance and wisdom over her many years at the firm.

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