Ann Levangie

M. Ann Levangie

Legal Assistant: Rebecca Winn

Since Ann`s call to the bar in 2004, she has built a wealth of experience in her main practice areas of Family Law, Child Protection, and Estate Litigation. Ann is a part time-faculty member at Mount Saint Vincent University and is a dedicated member of her community, volunteering for a variety of community service organizations as well as professional organizations. Ann offers dedication and hard work to all her clients` legal challenges.

Ann was included in the 12th Edition of The Best Lawyers™ in Canada in the field of Family Law.

  • Bar Admission: Nova Scotia, 2004
  • LL.B. (Dalhousie University, 2003)
  • B.A. (University of New Brunswick, 2000)
  • Has appeared in the Family Court of Nova Scotia, Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (including Family Division), Probate Court of Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia Court of Appeal 
  • Has significant trial experience in family law, estates litigation and Agency side child protection law
  • Has extensive experience in all aspects of negotiating Cohabitation Agreements, Separation Agreements, Custody/Access Agreements for common law and married couples
  • Advised clients on all matters pertaining to family law and estates litigation
Professional Activities and Affiliations
  • Nova Scotia Barristers` Society
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Past Chair, Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Conference (National)-Canadian Bar Association)
  • Past Co-chair, Canadian Bar Association (Nova Scotia) Women`s Forum
  • Past Member , CBA Law Day Committee
  • Past member, CBA Equity Committee
  • Current CBA area representative
  • Recipient of the 2007 CBA Zoe Odei Young Lawyers Award
Personal, Community and Volunteer Activities
  • Past Chair, Board of Directors of the Youth Project Society
  • Volunteer Facilitator, Parent Education Program
  • Volunteer, Dalhousie Pro-Bono Students Association
  • Past Board member ,Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project
  • Past Board member, Colchester Community Workshops
  • Member, Black Point Canoe and Ukelele Club
  • Lecturer on Family Law and Estate Planning issues
  • Lecturer on Estate Litigation Issues
  • Part-time faculty Mount Saint Vincent University (teaching "Legal Status of Women")
  • Presented provincially and nationally at various CBA conferences 

Experience

  • Has appeared in the Family Court of Nova Scotia, Supreme Court of Nova Scotia (including Family Division), Probate Court of Nova Scotia and Nova Scotia Court of Appeal 
  • Has significant trial experience in family law, estates litigation and Agency side child protection law
  • Has extensive experience in all aspects of negotiating Cohabitation Agreements, Separation Agreements, Custody/Access Agreements for common law and married couples
  • Advised clients on all matters pertaining to family law and estates litigation

Qualifications

  • Bar Admission: Nova Scotia, 2004
  • LL.B. (Dalhousie University, 2003)
  • B.A. (University of New Brunswick, 2000)

Activities & Affiliations

Professional Activities and Affiliations

  • Nova Scotia Barristers` Society
  • Canadian Bar Association
  • Past Chair, Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Conference (National)-Canadian Bar Association)
  • Past Co-chair, Canadian Bar Association (Nova Scotia) Women`s Forum
  • Past Member , CBA Law Day Committee
  • Past member, CBA Equity Committee
  • Current CBA area representative
  • Recipient of the 2007 CBA Zoe Odei Young Lawyers Award

Personal, Community and Volunteer Activities

  • Past Chair, Board of Directors of the Youth Project Society
  • Volunteer Facilitator, Parent Education Program
  • Volunteer, Dalhousie Pro-Bono Students Association
  • Past Board member ,Nova Scotia Rainbow Action Project
  • Past Board member, Colchester Community Workshops
  • Member, Black Point Canoe and Ukelele Club

Publications & Presentations

  • Lecturer on Family Law and Estate Planning issues
  • Lecturer on Estate Litigation Issues
  • Part-time faculty Mount Saint Vincent University (teaching "Legal Status of Women")
  • Presented provincially and nationally at various CBA conferences