Alison A. S. Henderson

Legal Assistant: Carla McNutt

Upon being called to the Bar in June, 2013, Alison joined our Litigation group. She started in May 2010 as a summer law student and went on to complete her articles with Patterson Law.  Alison’s practice focus is on commercial litigation, construction litigation, property litigation, and personal injury. She enjoys working with individual and business clients to resolve legal issues they face.

Alison strongly believes in taking her clients’ perspectives seriously, and working alongside them to ensure they are part of the process in reaching a solution to their issue.  

  • Bar Admission: Nova Scotia, 2013
  • JD (Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law, 2012)
  • HBA (Linguistics, Minor in French - University of Calgary, 2005)
Professional Activities and Affiliations
  • Nova Scotia Barristers` Society
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Expropriation Association

Personal, Community and Volunteer Activities        

  • Third Place Transition House Luncheon Committee
  • Individual and Group Tutor in Property, Contract, Criminal, Public, Tort and Constitutional Law, Schulich School of Law Indigenous Black & Miq`Maq Program
  • Former Chair, Peter Green Hall Cooperative Housing Society
  • Former Director, Peter Green Hall Children`s Centre
  • Former Volunteer with Pro Bono Students of Canada

As an articling clerk, Alison wrote a number of articles which have been published in the Central Nova Business News, a publication of Truro and District Chamber of Commerce, and was a regular contributor to Patterson Law’s Medical Malpractice Blog.

 

Qualifications
  • Bar Admission: Nova Scotia, 2013
  • JD (Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law, 2012)
  • HBA (Linguistics, Minor in French - University of Calgary, 2005)
Activities & Affiliations

Professional Activities and Affiliations
  • Nova Scotia Barristers` Society
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Ontario Expropriation Association

Personal, Community and Volunteer Activities        

  • Third Place Transition House Luncheon Committee
  • Individual and Group Tutor in Property, Contract, Criminal, Public, Tort and Constitutional Law, Schulich School of Law Indigenous Black & Miq`Maq Program
  • Former Chair, Peter Green Hall Cooperative Housing Society
  • Former Director, Peter Green Hall Children`s Centre
  • Former Volunteer with Pro Bono Students of Canada

Publications and Presentations

As an articling clerk, Alison wrote a number of articles which have been published in the Central Nova Business News, a publication of Truro and District Chamber of Commerce, and was a regular contributor to Patterson Law’s Medical Malpractice Blog.