Leigh Davis

Leigh is the owner of Davis Reierson. 

Leigh began her practice at a large downtown law firm in the area of labour law.  She soon realized that she loved the challenge of preserving personal relationships in the heat of legal battle.  In 2007, she found her way to practicing family law in a small firm with Lynn and Angus at Reierson Schurman.  It was a perfect fit.  After several years together as Reierson Schurman, Leigh founded Davis Reierson in 2010.

Leigh has had the privilege of representing individuals in a broad range of family disputes and negotiations, and regularly represents clients all across Nova Scotia.  Leigh has also been retained by numerous clients living outside of the province, including individuals residing in the U.S. and other countries. 

In addition to being a skilled and strategic litigator, Leigh is also a trained mediator, arbitrator, and parenting coordinator.  Leigh serves as an Adjudicator for the Small Claims Court of Nova Scotia.

Leigh holds a J.D. from Dalhousie Law School (2002) and was called to the Nova Scotia Bar in 2003.  Prior to attending law school, Leigh graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Saint Mary's University.   

Leigh is a member of the Nova Scotia Barristers' Society, the Canadian Bar Association, the Family Dispute Resolution Institute of Ontario,  the Association of Family and Conciliation Courts, and the Advocates' Society.

Leigh is a yoga, barre, and indoor cycling instructor, and has taught a variety of classes at studios around Halifax since 1999.  Leigh spent several years coaching and playing roller derby, and has been studying pottery.  


Lynn Reierson, Q.C.

Lynn is currently on medical leave.

Lynn was admitted to the Nova Scotia Bar in 1987.  She practiced exclusively in the area of Family Law for over a decade.  Lynn previously had a Human Rights practice, focusing primarily on same sex pension benefits and issues involving HIV infection.  

Lynn has been a member of the Canadian Bar Association since 1982, sitting on the executive at the provincial and national levels, she has sat on Nova Scotia Barristers' Society committees and appeared before the Canadian Senate Committee reviewing the Child Support Guidelines. Lynn is a Fellow of the International Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and a former member of the Federal Child Support Guidelines Advisory Committee.  She has served on the boards of a number of organizations.  

Lynn has travelled extensively and enjoys construction projects at her home and cottage.