Edward Conway has law degrees in common law and Quebec civil law. He graduated from Dalhousie Law School in 1991 and from Laval Law School in 1997.
Edward has practice litigation in criminal corporate and regulatory law since graduation from Dalhousie and has appeared and every level of court in a number of provinces.
Before entering the practice of law and afterward, Edward lectured in economics at various universities in Canada including Saint Mary’s in Halifax and Memorial University in St. John’s. He graduated from Carleton University in 1988 with a Masters Degree in economics and has provided economic advice to various levels of government since that time.
Edward invites those interested to contact him of they have economic or legal questions that he can assist them with.