Mary Rolf

Mary’s practice focuses on labour and employment law and litigation.

Mary has a particular interest in cases involving human rights, constitutional law, and equity issues.

As an advocate, Mary is precise in her legal analysis and practical in her approach. She has been involved in administrative proceedings, arbitrations, judicial reviews, and appellate cases and has appeared before the Nova Scotia Supreme Court, Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, and the Supreme Court of Canada.

Mary received her law degree from Dalhousie University where she completed a placement at Dalhousie Legal Aid Service advocating for clients in family law, criminal law, and poverty law matters. She also represented Dalhousie at the McKelvey Trial Advocacy Moot.

In addition to her work at Pink Larkin, Mary is a member of the CBA and the Advocates’ Society’s Young Advocates Standing Committee for the Atlantic region. Outside of law, Mary enjoys indoor bouldering, running, and spending time with friends, family, and her retired racing greyhound.

Year of Call
Nova Scotia, 2018

Law School
J.D., Dalhousie University, 2017

B.A., University of Alberta, 2013

Labour Law
Human Rights
First Nations