Taking care of business while our lawyers take care of you After practicing law for seven years, Anne figured she’d given it enough time to figure out that it really wasn’t her cup of tea. Using the writing and research skills she had acquired in law school and at work, she left private practice for work as a policy analyst at the francophone business association, the Conseil économique du Nouveau-Brunswick. Her interest in business and management grew from there and she eventually became the CÉNB’s executive director. When Bingham Law announced that they were breaking from the traditional managing partner mold and seeking a CEO, Anne was immediately intrigued by the role which combined both her business and legal backgrounds. Meeting the Bingham team convinced her that this was the job she wanted and she cherishes her role here.
Anne resides in her hometown of Bouctouche. A keen interest in seeing her beloved town shine is what made her choose to take on a role on the Pays de la Sagouine board of directors. Her work in economic development really drove home the importance of education in our province and she has also sat on the board of l’APASE, the organization in charge of adult literacy for the francophone community of southeastern New Brunswick as well as the board of governors of the Collège Communautaire du Nouveau-Brunswick.
Anne describes herself as pragmatic and level headed, with good judgment and a good sense of humour. Her colleagues would say she makes too many rules.
Admitted to Bar
Joined the Firm
Graduate of Law School
Université de Moncton
Bachelor of Psychology, MBA - Université de Moncton
Book worm and iPad addict who can be torn away from her couch with the promise of pool or beach, fine dining, a good Superhero movie, a flute of champagne, a Springsteen concert, or a purse shopping spree.