Sullivan Law Ptbo Opens and begins sharing space with McMichael Davidson
Contributing to the community is at the forefront of the Sullivan Law's practice. Martha enjoys giving back to her community. She has lead mock trails with elementary school students, spoken at seniors groups about estate planning and trained social service agencies about the legal process for services of domestic abuse. Martha is open to new opportunities. Please feel free to contact email@example.com
Martha is open to participating in different initiatives and opportunities. She has done everything from leading mock trials with elementary school students to speaking with seniors’ groups about estate planning and from training social service agencies about legal process for survivors of domestic violence to speaking at marriage preparation courses about the legal consequences of marriage. If there is a community event or opportunity that you could use some extra help with and you believe Martha could be a good fit with we’d like to chat about it. Please send us an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sullivan Law Ptbo is very proud that it is and will be continuing a legal tradition that began in or about the 1950s with the Honourable Justice Richard Batten and continued with Mr. William Davidson.
Mrs. Lois Davidson then joined Mr. Davidson in his practice. Mrs. Davidson, many believe, was the first female lawyer in Peterborough. Her dedication to the legal community and particularly to the law library caused for it to be named in her honour the ‘Lois C. Davidson Law Library’.
After Mr. Davidson’s sudden death Mr. Scott McMichael joined Lois and McMichael Davidson was created. Mr. McMichael has been carrying on this practice since Mrs. Davidson’s retirement in 2003.