John MacCormick

John is an associate in Pink Larkin’s Fredericton office. His work focuses on labour law, administrative law and professional regulation.

An associate in the Fredericton office, John focuses on labour and employment law, administrative law, and professional regulation.

John attended law school at Dalhousie University, where he received a Schulich Scholarship and a J.S.D. Tory Award for Legal Writing. He also spent a semester studying civil law at Laval University. At Dalhousie, he served as Student Editor of the Dalhousie Law Journal, which has since published one of his papers on animals and the law.

Prior to joining Pink Larkin, John articled as a clerk to the Ontario Divisional Court. He also completed an internship in the Senate of Canada and has worked for the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal.

John holds a PhD in Classics from the University of Toronto, where he received awards for both his scholarship and his teaching. He is multilingual and serves clients in both of New Brunswick’s official languages.

Year of Call
Ontario, 2020
New Brunswick, 2021

Law School
J.D., Dalhousie University, 2019

B.A., University of Ottawa, 2009
M.A., University of Toronto, 2010
Ph.D. University of Toronto, 2016

Human Rights
Labour Law
Professional Regulation