David Constantine


Suite 1100, Cabot Place
100 New Gower St.
St. John’s, N.L.
A1C 6K3




Language(s) spoken: English, French, Italian

Bar Admission(s): Newfoundland and Labrador, 2018

Legal Assistant(s): Denise Keyworth

Legal issues are often difficult and time-consuming for the people facing them. Recognizing this, David works hard at every stage to achieve the right resolution for clients. He translates the complexities of the law into manageable pieces and identifies issues early to address them before they grow. David collaborates with clients and colleagues to draw from their extensive experience, an approach that helps him provide the best possible client services.

Education & Career


Dalhousie University Schulich School of Law, JD, 2017
Memorial University, BA, 2013


Member, Canadian Bar Association
Chair, Maritime Law section, Newfoundland and Labrador branch, Canadian Bar Association


Co-author, “How Has Dunsmuir Worked? A Legal-Empirical Analysis of Substantive Review of Administrative Decisions after Dunsmuir v New Brunswick: Findings from the Courts of Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario and Alberta”, Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice

October 30, 2017

Co-author, “Technological Protection Measures: A Canadian Perspective”, Intellectual Property Institute of Canada Annual Conference

October 30, 2017