Janet Fuhrer elected incoming CBA National Second Vice-President

  • March 21, 2013

Janet Fuhrer of Ottawa has won the election for incoming Second Vice-President of the CBA. The position is the first step on the ladder to the national presidency, a post she will assume in Aug. 2015.

CBA President Robert Brun, QC, made the announcement on March 21 following a national CBA Council election. Ninety-three per cent of Council members voted in the two-way race between Fuhrer and Paul Sweeny. 

“I offer my congratulations to Janet on her successful campaign, and at the same time thank both candidates for their dedication to our Association,” said Brun.

A CBA member since 1985, Fuhrer currently chairs the National PD Committee, and is a past chair of National Sections Council. She is a partner at the Ottawa law firm of Ridout & Maybee LLP.

To learn more about Janet Fuhrer, visit her election website.