Bruce D. Grant (portrait)

Bruce D. Grant

Bruce Grant is a thorough and tenacious civil litigation lawyer. He has over ten years of experience conducting all aspects of insurance, commercial and personal injury litigation — and winning. Bruce brings major strengths in oral advocacy, trial preparation and legal research to his clients’ cases. He also offers his clients additional skills in dispute resolution, file management and providing opinions on a wide variety of legal issues.

In addition to his focus on litigation and insurance issues, Bruce also practices in the areas of construction law and employment law.

A graduate of UNB with a law degree in 1995, Bruce received the prestigious Stikeman Elliot Prize in Corporate Taxation. During law school he was editor-in-chief of the UNB law journal.

In 2001 Bruce completed the Intensive Trial Advocacy Workshop at Osgoode Hall. Bruce has also been an instructor for the New Brunswick Society Bar Admission Course on Civil Procedure and regularly lectures at CLE sessions around the Province.

Bruce is a dedicated family man and athlete. He enjoys the great outdoors with his family and loves running the trails and chasing breezes in his sailboat.