- Personal Injury
- Class Actions
- Medical Malpractice
Dalhousie University, LL.B., 1979
1980, Nova Scotia
Atlantic Provinces Trial Lawyers Association (Founder and Inaugural President); American Association for Justice (Chair, Canadian Caucus); Ontario Trial Lawyers Association; Canadian Trial Lawyers Association; Canadian Bar Association.
Panelist / Lecturer: Lexpert; Bar Admission Course, Nova Scotia Barristers Society; CBA; AAJ; OTLA; APTLA; Nova Scotia Continuing Legal Education (NSCLE); Public Legal Education (PLE); Canadian Institute; Osgoode Hall Continuing Education; Canadian Pain Society.
Bell v. Canada, (2002) N.S.J. No. 10; Huntley (Litigation Guardian of) v. Larkin, (2001) N.S.J. No. 450; Leddicote v. Nova Scotia (Attorney General), (2001) N.S.J. No. 394.
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