Robert Mroz is a litigation lawyer in our Halifax Office.
Born and raised in Montreal, Rob earned a Bachelor of Arts from McGill University before attending law school at UNB. At UNB, Rob placed on the Dean’s List for ranking in the top 10 of his class and received the Frank C. McKenna and Law Foundation scholarships for academic excellence. Rob represented UNB at the 2015 national Laskin Moot Court competition in appellate advocacy. Pleading in French in his hometown at the Quebec Court of Appeal, Rob ranked among the top 15 oralists in the competition.
Outside of work, Rob enjoys cooking (with admittedly mixed results), camping and travelling. A passionate Habs and Blue Jays fan, Rob also likes to play a number of team and individual sports, including softball, football and snowboarding.
Rob is member of the Canadian Bar Association and the Nova Scotia Barristers’ Society. He also serves as a member of the Nova Scotia Health Authority Research Ethics Board.
J.D., University of New Brunswick (2015)
B.A., McGill University (2012)