Duncan has a developing practice focused on corporate services, commercial transactions, indigenous law, administrative law, labour and employment law, and general litigation. He has experience researching, drafting and analyzing a range of legal topic areas, and has prepared court documents, administrative hearing materials, legal opinions, incorporation documents and client contracts. He has conducted extensive research for collective bargaining files and provided support for matters heard before the Workers’ Compensation Appeal Tribunal in PEI. Duncan has also appeared before the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island.
Before pursuing law, Duncan was an independent business consultant specializing in research and strategic planning services, targeted towards entrepreneurs, startups, and non-profit organizations. Applying this experience to his practice, Duncan learns about each of his clients to develop a better understanding of their key legal, business, and strategic issues. Leveraging a team approach, he works with colleagues to find strategic solutions to client needs.
Duncan is a member of the Law Society of Prince Edward Island and the Canadian Bar Association. He previously served as the Technical Director of a provincial sporting organization, is a 21inc Emerging Leaders Program alumnus and presently serves on the Board of Directors for several non-profit organizations located in Prince Edward Island.
Duncan is an avid cyclist, runner and skier, and has competed twice in the Canada Games. He loves the outdoors and traveling, and is always keen to explore new places.
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