Bryan Rowe

– Biography

About Bryan Rowe

Bryan articled with the Judge Advocate General’s Office of the Canadian Army, and began practicing as a sole practitioner in Concord, Ontario, focusing on Tax, Corporate, Commercial Law and Wills after his call to the bar in 2014. In 2016 he moved to Morra Caruso Law in Stouffville, Ontario, adding Real Estate to his practice while there.  He joined Duncan, Linton LLP in May, 2018.  Originally from Aurora, Ontario, he attended the University of Windsor for his Honours Bachelor of Arts (2007), the London School of Economics and Political Science for his Master of Arts (2008) and Dalhouse University’s Schulich School of Law for his Bachelor of Laws (2012). He was awarded the Vincent McDonald Prize while at law school.

While in law school Bryan participated in the in the Trilateral Moot at the Nova Scotia Court of Appeal, and was part of the winning team in 2011.  From 2010 to 2018 Bryan was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve.