David G. Henley, Attorney at Law

David G. Henley has a law practice in Halifax, Nova Scotia

Stewart McKelvey

This Lawyer has extensive experience representing clients in: Admiralty & Maritime Law, Business Law, Construction & Development, Environmental Law matters.

Contact Info:

Phone: 902-420-3381
Fax: 902-420-1417
Website: www.stewartmckelvey.com

Main Office Location:

1959 Upper Water Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia
Practice Area
  • Admiralty & Maritime Law
  • Business Law
  • Construction & Development
  • Environmental Law
English
Qualification

  • Nova Scotia

  • Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada; Canadian Maritime Law Association; Association of Maritime Arbitrators of Canada; Eastern Admiralty Law Association.

  • University of New Brunswick, LL.B., 2000; Dalhousie University, LL.M., 2003; University of New Brunswick, B.B.A., 1989

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