Two candidates are vying for the position of Treasurer of CBA-New Brunswick for 2018-2019. The candidates are Jason Alcorn of Saint John and Lauren Cicin of Saint John.

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Dear Colleagues,

I am offering to serve as Treasurer of CBA-NB. 
I was called to the Bar in 2006 and have worked exclusively in the field of securities regulation for the Financial and Consumer Services Commission (NB). 
I am a graduate of UNB Saint John (BA, 1998) and the Université de Moncton (LLB, 2005). I earned graduate degrees from the National School of Administration in France (MPA, 2015) and the Paris Institute of Political Studies (MA, 2001). 
I am a frequent guest lecturer in the MBA program at UNB Saint John, and the Faculties of Law at UNB and Moncton. I currently serve on the Board of Governors of the Université de Moncton, serve as public representative and chair of the governance committee of CPA NB, serve as a member of the Sheila Hugh Mackay Foundation, and was recently appointed to the finance committee of the YMCA of Greater Saint John. In 2016-17, I was appointed to the Commission on Electoral Reform. I have served as the chair of the Law Society Provincial Libraries Committee since 2013.
Why am I offering to serve? Our profession has afforded me a multitude of learning experiences, both personal and professional. I feel like now is the perfect time to start giving back to the profession in return. I look forward to the challenges and responsibilities that being Treasurer of CBA-NB will present. 
I would appreciate your support and thank you for your consideration.

Jason Alcorn, (506) 643-7857


Lauren Cicin is a senior associate with the Saint John office of McInnes Cooper. She has been practising civil litigation in private practise since 2011, with a focus in the areas of insurance, personal injury, and employment law. Lauren holds a Bachelor of Arts in English and Psychology (2007) and a Bachelor of Laws (2010), both from the University of New Brunswick. She was admitted to the Nova Scotia and New Brunswick bars in 2011.

In addition to her practise, Lauren formed the New Brunswick branch of the CBA Sexual Orientation Gender Identity Conference in 2014 and currently remains chair of this Section. She has been a member of the executive of the New Brunswick branch of the Young Lawyers Conference since 2016 and has been chair of the Section since 2017. She also sat previously on the Board of Directors of the Saint John Family Resources Centre in 2016 and 2017 and has provided pro bono employment advice to another local charity for the past two years. In her firm, she is actively involved in the mentorship of articling clerks and students, is the New Brunswick Promotion of Women chair and past co-chair of the Saint John Corporate Social Responsibility Committee.

Lauren Cicin, 635 2238