Stephen McNeil has a new job.
The former premier of Nova Scotia is joining the Halifax office of Cox & Palmer law firm.
He'll be taking on the position of strategic business advisor.
"I'm thrilled to join Cox & Palmer," said McNeil in a statement posted to the law firm's website. "Cox & Palmer is an ambitious and dynamic firm and I look forward to helping the firm and its clients achieve even greater success."
McNeil was first elected as an MLA for Annapolis in 2003. As leader of the Liberal party, he won back-to-back majority governments, serving as premier from 2013 to 2021.
"Stephen McNeil's global contacts and his experience will be of great value to our teams at Cox & Palmer," said Halifax managing partner Dan Ingersoll. "Our objective is always to better serve our clients. Stephen's national and international insights and experiences will help our clients and our lawyers, recognize and participate in new opportunities."
"We're delighted to embark on this new relationship."
McNeil's first day on the job is Monday.