David is Counsel in the Fredericton office. Born in St. Stephen, New Brunswick, he was admitted to the New Brunswick bar in 1963, having completed his education at the University of New Brunswick (B.B.A., 1960; B.C.L., 1963) where he was a Sir James Dunn Scholar. David was appointed the designation of Queen’s Counsel in 1978 and his practice is focused in the areas of commercial litigation, fisheries & marine, insurance litigation, energy & natural resources, and health law . He is currently a member of the Law Society of New Brunswick, the Canadian Bar Association, the York-Sunbury Law Society, The Defense Research Institute, Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers, and served as Past-Director and President of the Federation of Law Societies of Canada.


Retained to advise health authorities with respect to corporate/medical by-law matters and administrative matters and in assisting the defence of claims made.


Queen's Counsel

  • 1978

Bar Admission

  • New Brunswick (1963)

Law School

  • University of New Brunswick


  • University of New Brunswick (B.B.A. 1960; B.C.L. 1963)

Law Society Memberships

  • York-Sunbury Law Society
  • Law Society of New Brunswick
  • Canadian Bar Association


  • English