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Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd Newly Elected to the Advocates' Society Board of Directors

Jun 1, 2015

Tracey Tremayne-Lloyd is very pleased to have been selected as one of the twelve Advocates' Society 2011-12 Board of Directors. She appreciates all the nominations and looks forward to another year of serving The Advocates' Society.

The Advocates' Society (TAS) was created in 1963 and has been committed to promoting excellence in advocacy through the implementation of five key principles: being the voice of advocates, promoting ethical and professional practice standards, teaching the skills of advocacy, protecting the independence of the bar and the judiciary, and lastly, developing relationships amongst members. It is known as a "meeting place" for members to learn and to retrieve valuable resources for their practices.

The Members of TAS continue to contribute to the Ontario advocacy bar by enhancing their skills through education and experience in order to be effective in court, when representing clients, and in the pursuit of justice. All members must be called to the Ontario Bar for at least five years, and must be barristers or solicitors who devote themselves to the practice of law at least 75% of the time.

For more information about Tracey, feel free to read her biography, articles and learn about her various speaking engagements. Or, for more information visit her on LinkedIn.

Testimonials

Several years ago I was fortunate enough to have been selected as a Tremayne-Lloyd Fellow here at Western Law. I used the funds to finish a book and to begin work on a new one. It dawned on me far too late that I had never thanked you for that splendid gift. The new book is to be published by Harvard Press in 2010. The TTL Fellowships provided ritual seed capital for this project, which required me to spend a good deal of time and money at The National Archive in Washington. Again, with many thanks.

R. W. Kostal Professor of Law and History

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