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Daniel R. Campbell


Suite 601, Blue Cross Centre
644 Main St.
Moncton, N.B.
E1C 1E2



Language(s) spoken: English

Bar Admission(s): New Brunswick, 2024 (Expected)

Stewart McKelvey’s articled clerks – many of whom are also musicians, adventure travelers, athletes and more – play an active role in client meetings, closings, mediations, administrative hearings, examinations for discovery, trials and more and are encouraged to pursue their diverse personal and community interests outside of the Firm. The Firm’s rigorous professional development program provides clerks with the breadth and depth of experience needed to build a career in litigation, advocacy or business law and is supported by the Firm’s formal and informal mentorship opportunities.

Education & Career


Dalhousie University, Juris Doctor, 2023
Dalhousie University, Bachelor of Industrial Engineering, 2019


Volunteer Tutor, Michelin Challenge Education, 2019-2020
Volunteer Coach, Acadia Lego League, 2019
VP Internal, Dalhousie Industrial Engineering Society, 2016-2019


The Law Foundation of Nova Scotia Scholarship

Honorable W. A. Henry Prize – for highest standing in Constitutional Law subjects

Robert Batt Memorial Award – for highest standing in Constitutional Law subjects

Honorable Richard B Hanson Prize – for highest standing in Constitutional Law subjects

Alistair Fraser Award in Immigration Law – For highest standing in Immigration Law

Bereskin and Parr Prize – For highest standing in Intellectual Property Law

Cox and Palmer Corporate Taxation Prize – Highest standing in Taxation of Corporations

Edwin and Patricia Harris Prize – Highest combined average in multiple taxation courses.

Davies Ward Phillips & Vineberg LLP Prize – Highest combined average in Commercial Law Subjects (Business Associations, Secured Transactions, and Taxation I)

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