Carley Parish, Managing Partner

Carley Parish, Partner
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Graduated from the Universite de Moncton LLB

Admitted in 2005 to the New Brunswick Law Society

Treasurer of the New Brunswick Law Society


Carley Parish, was born in South Surrey, British Columbia and moved to New Brunswick in 2001 to attend Law School. Ms. Parish is a proud Hamptonian, having resided here since 2004 with her husband Michel Boudreau. In 2009, her mother Sandy and late father Verle also relocated to beautiful Hampton.

She was amongst the first group of French immersion students in British Columbia. Ms. Parish received a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology from Simon Fraser University in 2001, Bachelor of Law from the Université de Moncton in 2004.  She has also began work on her Masters of Law in Civil Law from the Université de Laval.

Ms. Parish has plead at all levels of Court in New Brunswick. In 2004, she became a member of the law firm of Lutz Longstaff Parish. She was named Partner in 2009, and is now the Managing Partner. She has taught at the University of New Brunswick Law School and has taught at the New Brunswick Bar Course.

Ms. Parish has received the E. Neil McKelvey Q.C. Pro Bono and Volunteer Service Award in 2019, the Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers in 2018, the Town of Hampton Small Business Week Award for Community Leadership in 2015, and was inducted into the North American Fastpitch Sports Hall of Fame in 2014. The Sopinka Cup, National Pleading Competition, Best Pleader, 2004, Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales, winning team (of 2) Maritime Competition, 2004.

She is actively involved in the community of Hampton and surrounding area, supporting opportunities for youth, local businesses, community organizations and the vulnerable populations. She is serving her second term as the President of the Hampton Area Chamber of Commerce, and has served on the Town’s Tourism Committee.

Ms. Parish is the Vice President of the New Brunswick Law Society, the Inaugural Secretary for Make-A-Wish Foundation Canada, Chair of the Governance Committee of the Make-A-Wish Foundation Canada, Hestia House Chair, Hampton Chamber of Commerce President, First Female Vice President of the Saint John Union Club and upcoming 2020 President, Vice Chair of the KV Oasis Board, Board Member of MindCare New Brunswick, New Brunswick Law Society Course Leader for the Criminal Bar Section, Articling Principal, having supervised 13 students, and two more. She is also involved in the PALS program, which mentors middle school children to help develop reading skills, she is a member on the Provincial Judicial Appointment Committee, New Brunswick Law Society, NB Bar Association Member of Bar Admissions Committee and Bar Admission Course Committee.