J. Paul M. Harquail, Attorney at Law

J. Paul M. Harquail has a law practice in Saint John, New Brunswick

Stewart McKelvey

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Civil Litigation, Contracts, Corporate Law, Employment & Labor Law, Tax Law matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 506-632-8313
Fax: 506-634-3579
Website: www.stewartmckelvey.com

Main Office Location:

44 Chipman Hill
Saint John, New Brunswick
Practice Area
  • Admiralty & Maritime Law
  • Civil Litigation
  • Contracts
  • Corporate Law
  • Employment & Labor Law
  • Tax Law
English
Qualification

  • New Brunswick, Ontario

  • Canadian Bar Association (President, New Brunswick Branch, 2000-2002; National Chair, Constitutional Law Section, 2002-2003; Chair, Maritime Law Section, 2007—); The Union Club (Member, Board of Directors, 2001-2003).

  • University of New Brunswick, LL.B., 1990; University of Ottawa, B.A., 1984; Université de Strasbourg, France, D.E.U.P., 1985

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