Ken Byrne, M.A. Associate
Career & Highlights

Ken has a dynamic legal practice in immigration, litigation, and real property law. Often, he represents families in sponsoring loved ones and employers in securing work permits for employees ; in litigation he has wide experience in general and specifically in real property litigation spanning tax assessment appeals to power of sales; and he represents subdivision developers in all aspects of bringing their properties to market.

Community involvement is important for Ken, he is former member of several committees of the Canadian Bar Association NL Branch and prior chair of the Civil Litigation section, a prior member of the Board of Directors of Choices for Youth, the Victoria Park Foundation, and the Canadian Property Tax Association.

In 2000 Ken was the assistant editor for the MIT Press publication “(Daniel) Dennett’s Philosophy: A Comprehensive Assessment”.

He golds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.), a Master of Arts (MA) from Memorial University, and he is a graduate of the University of New Brunswick’s Law School; Ken was admitted to the Newfoundland and Labrador Bar in 2008.

An avid traveler Ken has visited most of continental Europe, Japan, the Caribbean and lived in South Africa in 1999; and, he has walked the Camino de Santiago in Spain several times earning two Compostelas for those lost distance hikes.

When not working Ken can usually be found golfing or walking the Avalon barrens in search of the perfect trouting pond.


University of New Brunswick’s Faculty of Law

Master of Arts (MA), Memorial University

Graduate Program in Teaching Certificate, School of Graduate Studies, Memorial University

Bachelor of Arts, Memorial University