Jim received his law degree from the University of New Brunswick in 2016. He completed articles with Morris Martin Moore and joined the firm as an associate upon being called to the Bar. Jim also holds Bachelor Degrees in Commerce and Political Science from Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Since joining the firm, Jim’s focus has been primarily in the area of personal injury. This has predominately involved representing survivors of sexual abuse against institutional clients, as well as representing individuals in relation to injuries sustained in motor vehicle accidents. Jim’s work in this area has also included class action litigation and procedure.
In his spare time, Jim enjoys volunteering with minor hockey in his community, as well as playing hockey himself. He also enjoys travelling, hiking and spending time with his wife and son.
Jim’s approach to the practice of law is client-oriented. He is accessible to each of his clients and provides professional legal services, all the while keeping the client well-informed throughout the process.