Brebeuf College (Bachelor of Arts, 1940). McGill University (Bachelor of Civil Law, 1944). Interim Secretary, Faculty of Law, McGill University, 1947-1950.
Worked at McMaster Meighen (Montreal, QU) specializing in Administrative Law, Admiralty and Transportation, Banking, Bankruptcy and Insolvency, Computer and High Technology Law, Construction and Surety Law, Corporate and Commercial, Environmental Law, Estates, Trusts and Pensions, Finance and Securities, Immigration, Insurance, Intellectual Property, Labour, Litigation, Medical Malpractice, Municipal Law, Professional Liability, Real Estate, Tax. Admitted to the bar, 1945, Quebec. Interim Secretary, Faculty of Law, McGill University, 1947-1950.
Member: Montreal and Quebec Bars.
Canadian Bar Association. HISTORY: McMaster Meighen was founded in Montreal in the year 1823 by the Honourable William Badgley, Queen's Counsel and included among its early partners Sir John J.C. Abbott, the third Prime Minister of Canada.
Member: Montreal and Quebec Bars. Canadian Bar Association.