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Frank was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 2013 after completing his articles with Lawson Creamer.
He is currently developing a broad-based bilingual practice, focused on the areas of litigation and employment law.
Frank advises his clients on wills and powers of attorney, employment law, civil litigation and commercial litigation with an eye for detail and a commitment to developing long-term relationships.
He also brings his expertise in human rights to the firm’s employment law practice.

Community Contributions

Frank is the chair of the St. Thomas University Alumni Association and is its representative on the St. Thomas University Board of Governors. Frank also sits as Director of Loch Lomond Villa Inc. and Family Plus Life Solutions Inc. He was formerly on the board of the Saint John Multicultural & Newcomers Resource Centre (SJMNRC).

Recognitions

In 2017, Frank was awarded a Young Lawyers Leadership Award from the Saint John Law Society.

Memberships

Canadian Bar Association
Law Society of New Brunswick
Saint John Law Society

Outside the Office

When Frank isn’t at the office, he enjoys spending time with his wife and traveling. He is a also fan of antique automobiles.

Bachelor of Political Science and Human Rights ’06 (STU)

Master of Laws in International Human Rights Law ’07 (National University of Ireland at Galway – Irish Centre for Human Rights)

Juris doctor ’12 (UdeM)

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