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JMP Barristers Welcomes Two New Associates

January 17, 2018

JMP Barristers is pleased to announce the addition of two new associates, Tristen Pomerance and Stefanie Kingsbury.

Ms. Pomerance joins JMP as an associate after having completed her articles with JMP’s predecessor firm, Machida James McCall, and being called to the Alberta Bar in November 2017. Ms. Pomerance has an expanding general litigation practice, with a focus in shareholder disputes, oppression claims and debt recovery, as well as residential real estate conveyancing.

Ms. Kingsbury joins JMP as an associate after she was recently called to the Alberta Bar following completion of her articles at a small firm in Okotoks, Alberta. Ms. Kingsbury is now accepting new clients in the areas of civil litigation, family law, employment and personal injury.

Machida James McCall welcomes Tristen Pomerance

August 16, 2016

We are pleased to announce that Tristen Pomerance, Student-at-Law, commenced her Articles of Clerkship with Machida James McCall in August of 2016. Tristen obtained her law degree from Cardiff University in Wales, U.K., and intends to pursue a career in civil litigation.

Merger of MJM Barristers and McCall & Associates

June 23, 2016

We are pleased to announce the merger of MJM Barristers and McCall & Associates, and present the newly-formed firm of Machida James McCall - Barristers.

Ryan McCall brings over 10 years’ experience in civil litigation, personal injury, family law, and criminal defence.

MJM Supports Pro Bono Law

MJM lawyers are volunteering their time in support of the Pro Bono Law Alberta Amicus Project.  The Project’s primary goals are to provide legal assistance to persons attending the Alberta Courts in an unrepresented capacity.  To learn more about the Pro Bono Law Alberta initiatives visit.

Dentists Bring Constitutional Challenge to Advertising Restrictions

February 26, 2016

On February 25, 2016, MJM Barristers, on behalf of Dr. Lawrence Stanleigh and others, commenced an action under the Class Proceedings Act of Alberta against the Alberta Dental Association and College (Court of Queen’s Bench Action 1601-02738). In the Statement of Claim, a copy of which can be found here, it is alleged that the advertising restrictions in the ADAC’s Code of Ethics, and the manner in which they are being administered and enforced, violate Section 2(b) of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms, which protects freedom of expression.

For more information, see:

Media enquiries can be directed to Dr. Lawrence Stanleigh at

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