TDS Congratulates Albina P. Moran on her Appointment as Chair of the Management Committee


published 10/01/2020

TDS congratulates Albina P. Moran on her appointment as the Chair of the firm’s Management Committee.   

 Over the years, the partners have repeatedly expressed their trust and faith in Albina by putting her name forward for leadership roles within the firm, including a lengthy tenure on the firm’s Management Committee. In addition to being a leader within the firm, Albina has significant experience chairing boards and is Past Chair of the National Real Property Section and Past Chair of the Board of Regents of the University of Winnipeg.   

 Albina joins the following TDS women lawyers who are in leadership roles within the firm and the legal profession:  

  • Lisa Stiver, Business Law Practice Group Leader and member of the Management Committee 
  • Terra Welsh, Chair of the TDS Students Committee and member of the Management Committee 
  • Leilani Kagan, Chair of the TDS Business Development Committee and past long time member of the Management Committee 
  • Lynda Troup, President of the Law Society of Manitoba  
  • Carli Owens, President of the Manitoba Bar Association (MBA)  
  • Bailey Harris, Chair of the MBA Construction & Infrastructure Law Subsection 

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