Tina Hobday receives McGill Alumni Association’s Distinguished Service Award 2020

It is with great pleasure that we were informed that partner and lawyer Tina Hobday has been named as this year’s recipient of the prestigious Distinguished Service Award of the McGill Alumni Association.

An energetic and engaged member of McGill for over 20 years, Tina Hobday has served on McGill’s Board of Governors, as President of the McGill Alumni Association, as President of the McGill Young Alumni and as a founding member of the Faculty of Law Young Alumni, as well as on a myriad of committees and working groups. She continues to serve McGill as a member of the University’s Pension Administration Committee.

In the legal community, Tina is recognized as a leader in the fields of pension plan litigation and governance. As a member of the McGill community, Tina’s incisive leadership has been the hallmark of her University involvement, amply demonstrated by her well-deserved Catherine Nance Common President of the Year Award in 2002 (McGill Young Alumni), and her 2012 James A. Robb Award for exemplary volunteer service to the Faculty of Law. Throughout her constant commitment to McGill, Tina has been and will always be the very definition of distinguished service. (Profile of 2020 Honouree published on the McGill Alumni Association website.)