NEW GLASGOW, N.S.
The Pictou County-based law firm of MacIntosh, MacDonnell & MacDonald (Mac, Mac & Mac)
has welcomed two new lawyers to its team, Adam Rodgers and Tracy Bannier.
Rodgers has been practising law in the Strait area for the past 14 years with extensive experience in a range of areas including: commercial, personal injury, insurance, real estate, and others.
He’s a board member for Engage NS, President of the Strait Pirates Jr. Hockey Team and President of the ROC Society Foundation. He will continue serving clients in the Port Hawkesbury, Antigonish and
Guysborough areas of the region.
Bannier, a Pictou County native, is excited to be back home after practising in Newfoundland and Labrador the last few years.
“My husband and I are happy to be back in Nova Scotia after living away for 16 years,” said Bannier. “I feel fortunate to have the opportunity to build my career and raise our family here.”
While experienced in civil litigation, Bannier has found her passion in the area of family law with a focus on child support issues and parenting disputes. She has also crafted sub-specialties in fertility law and complex family relationships, including a 2018 case involving a polyamorous relationship that was the first of its kind in Canada.
Bannier was called to the Nova Scotia bar on earlier this month and will be based out
of the Mac, Mac & Mac offices in New Glasgow serving clients across northern Nova Scotia.