Windsor, Canada, November 21, 2017 --(PR.com
)-- Richard Michael Mackenzie’s firm, Atlantic Law Group, serves clients throughout Atlantic Canada in the areas of real estate, wills and estates, personal injury and other civil disputes, and business law. Mr. Mackenzie has been practicing law in Windsor, Hants County, Nova Scotia since his admission to the Bar in 1977. Along with many local businesses, his clients include the Bank of Nova Scotia, Victory Credit Union, and Cottage Country and its related companies.
In addition, Mr. Mackenzie has been a per diem Crown attorney for over 35 years, representing a number of counties in all criminal and Youth Court matters. He is retained by the Town of Windsor to handle all prosecutions of Provincial Statute offences within the Town and all By-Law enforcement prosecutions. He is also the Federal Agent for matters involving prosecutions under the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, the Excise Act, the Income Tax Act and the Fisheries Act and all regulations for Hants County.
Mr. Mackenzie is active in his community, participating in the following professional associations: Member of the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society, Past President of the West Hants Progressive Conservative Association, Past President Hants-West Liberal Association, Past President Kings-Hants Liberal Association, Past President of the Hants County Barristers’ Society, Past Board Member for the Provincial Medical Board of Nova Scotia. Mr. Mackenzie earned his B.A. and LLB from Dalhousie University.
American Law Society's Board of Directors selectively chooses lawyers who show a history of greatness and consistency. It is a privilege to have Richard Michael Mackenzie join the organization.
If you would like to contact Mr. Mackenzie, you may reach him through his profile page at:www.americanlawsociety.com/richard-michael-macKenzie
"We look forward to following Mr. Mackenzie's career and are extremely excited to see his articles, videos, and information posted on America Law Society's platform." - Valerie Dougherty of American Law Society