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Lawyer

Robert G. Vincent, Canadian lawyer, specializing in the field of Civil Litigation, Environmental. Member of Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales.

Background

Vincent, Robert G. was born on June 27, 1945 in Saint John, New Brunswick.

Education

University of New Brunswick (Bachelor of Arts, 1968. Bachelor of Laws, 1971).

Career

Worked at Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales (Saint John, NB) specializing in General Practice including Corporate-Commercial, Litigation, Taxation, Securities, Insurance, Insolvency, Real Estate, Health, Municipal, Environmental, Regulated Industries, Labour and Employment, Fisheries, Mining, Offshore and Onshore Oil and Gas, Shipping and Admiralty, United States. and International Trade, Alternative Dispute Resolution, Competition Law, Construction, Estate and Probate Law, Family Law. Admitted to the bar, 1971, New Brunswick. Appointed Queen's Counsel, 1990.

President, New Brunswick Branch, 1983-1984, Member, National Council, 1977-1986 and Member, National Executive Committee, 1984-1986, Canadian Bar Association. Member, Continuing Legal Education Committee, Law Society of New Brunswick, 1984-1996. Chairman, 1984-1992.

Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales is an Atlantic Canadian law firm offering legal services through six offices located in the Provinces of New Brunswick, Newfoundland, Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island. The largest law firm in Atlantic Canada with more than 135 lawyers, Stewart McKelvey Stirling Scales offers services in all areas of the law to local, regional, national and international clients. The practice of the firm touches every corner of business and industry in Atlantic Canada.

The firm's lawyers represent clients' interests before Municipal, Provincial and Federal boards and tribunals and all levels of courts in Canada.

Membership

Member, National Council, 1977-1986 and Member, National Executive Committee, 1984-1986, Canadian Bar Association. Member, Continuing Legal Education Committee, Law Society of New Brunswick, 1984-1996. Chairman, 1984-1992.