Thus there may be very few graduates of a TWU Law School interested in admission to the NSBS.
Beyond the numbers of how many TWU Law School graduates would seek recognition in Nova Scotia, what matters is the anti-equality message that would be conveyed by a decision by the NSBS to recognize the TwU Law School as qualifying for bar admission.
Dianne Pothier, I am writing as a member of the NSBS continuously since 1982 (mostly with non-practicing status) and as a Professor Emeritus of the Schulich School of Law In most years during my time on the Dalhousie Law Faculty, from 1986-2012, I taught either Public Law (with a focus on human rights law and Charter equality) or Constitutional Law or both.
Moody said that the day after Ensign's liquidation, the NCUA contacted NSBS and told it to continue to ser vice and collect payments on the 18 commercial loans in question.
In addition to Ensign, NSBS worked with three other credit unions.
Moody said the day after Ensign shut down, the NCUA contacted NSBS and told it to continue to service and collect payments on the loans in question.
To NCUA's claims that NSBS threatened to charge service fees if borrowers did not continue to make payments after Ensign closed, Moody said that is false.
The NCUA responded by sending a cease and desist order to NSBS demanding that it stop interfering with its obligations and responsibilities related to assets owned by Ensign.