Martina Munden is the General Counsel for the Nova Scotia Health Authority (NSHA). In her role of General Counsel, Martina is also the senior director for privacy and policy portfolios at NSHA.
Prior to joining the NSHA in August of 2015, Martina was a partner with the law firm of Patterson Law in Nova Scotia. A significant part of her private practice was providing legal advice to boards and agencies as well as health authorities.
Martina obtained her law degree from Dalhousie University as well as her Masters of Law at Dalhousie. Martina sits on the executive of the National Health Law Section of the Canadian Bar Association. She is currently a director with the Canadian Cancer Society (Nova Scotia) and the Health Organizations Protective Association (HOPA). Martina has served on a number of boards during her career. Martina has published articles and presented on various topics in health law, locally, nationally and internationally.