Robert Calvert, partner in the litigation, arbitration, and investigations department at DLA Piper, left; outgoing Supreme Court of Canada Chief Justice Beverley McLachlin, Mr. Calvert’s daughter Aubin Calvert, and Ms. McLachlin’s husband Frank McArdle. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Beverley McLachlin celebrated her retirement as chief justice of the Supreme Court in style on Dec. 14 with a gala at the Shaw Centre ballroom in Ottawa.
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