Nick Slonosky announced as 2017-18 Chair of the Canadian Corporate Counsel Association

  • September 01, 2017

OTTAWA – Nick Slonosky, CIC.C of Winnipeg has been named Chair of the Canadian Bar Association’s (CBA) Canadian Corporate Counsel Association (CCCA) for 2017-2018 — a role he has taken over from Stephen Rotstein of Toronto as of September 1, 2017. Slonosky is Director and Legal Counsel with Investors Group.

During his time as Chair, Slonosky’s goal is to continue to promote the value of in-house counsel while continuing to strengthen the national and branch CCCA programming and community involvement.

Now almost 5,000 members strong, the CCCA continues to provide engaging educational and networking events, tools and resources such as the Business Leadership Program for In-House Counsel, a Career Management Portal and the ever popular annual National Conference — which will be held in conjunction with the In-House Counsel World Summit in the spring of 2018.

“I am incredibly excited to officially begin my term as Chair of the CCCA,” says Slonosky. “We all belong to such a vibrant, dynamic association, with membership spanning all sectors, provinces and territories. We are truly the national voice of in-house counsel in Canada.”

QUICK FACTS:

  • The CCCA represents over 4,600 in-house counsel members from across Canada
  • CCCA members are lawyers working for public and private companies, non-profits, associations, government and regulatory boards, Crown corporations, municipalities, hospitals, post-secondary institutions and school boards.