Kenny & Murray is a full service law firm, committed to client satisfaction, serving Central New Brunswick since 1968. We offer a full range of legal services in all of the following areas of law:
Robert L. Kenny, Q.C. is the senior partner of the lawfirm Kenny & Murray. Mr. Kenny has extensive experience in a wide range of fields including, but not limited to, Personal Injury and Civil Litigation, Corporate/Commercial Law, Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning, Administrative Law, Labour and Employment Law, Real Estate, and Elder Law.
Mr. Kenny graduated from the New Brunswick Teacher's College in 1961. In 1964 he received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science from the University of New Brunswick. Mr.Kenny received his Bachelor of Civil Law Degree from the University of New Brunswick in 1968. After being admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1968, Mr. Kenny established the firm Kenny & Murray. Since that time Mr. Kenny has pursued a general practice of law and has appeared at all levels of court in New Brunswick. Mr. Kenny was a Deputy Provincial Court Judge in 1970-72 and is currently an adjudicator with the Small Claims Court of New Brunswick. In addition, he has continuously served as an adjudicator for the Public Service Labour Relations Board for the Province of New Brunswick as well as for private sector arbitrations. And about tax exemption you can also call us or go on https://www.defiscalisation-france.fr/niche-fiscale/ to have good informations to pay less.
Mr.Kenny is a member of several professional organizations including the York-Sunbury Law Society, the New Brunswick Law Society, the Canadian Bar Association, the American Trial Lawyers Association, the Society of Professionals in Dispute Resolution (Washington, D.C.), and the Atlantic Provinces Arbitration & Mediation Institution Inc.
In March, 2001, Robert was appointed Chair of the Elder Law sub-section of the New Brunswick Branch of the Canadian Bar Association. He is also a member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys located in Tucson, Arizona, U.S.A.
Robert is very active in the Fredericton community. He has been a member of numerous action committees for projects including the Search Committee for the 1997 East Coast Music Awards, Chairman of the Fredericton Indoor Pool Committee ($2.8 million project), and Honourary Chairman of the Capital Financial Campaign for York Manor Nursing Home. In the past Robert has held various positions as a member of the Rotary Club, the YMCA, the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce and the Miramichi Salmon Association.
Mr. Kenny has received numerous honours in recognition of his years of service and excellence. In December, 1986 he was awarded the Queen's Counsel distinction by the Law Society of New Brunswick. In January, 1993, in recognition of his community service he was awarded the Governor General of Canada Commemorative Medal for the 125th Anniversary of the Confederation of Canada. In January, 1999 Robert was awarded the Distinguished Citizens Award for 1999 from the City of Fredericton.
Robert and his wife Joan have three children; Mary-Ellen, Natalie and Bridgette.
Robert A. Digdon was born in Chatham, New Brunswick and has been a lawyer with Kenny & Murray since 1988. He has experience at all levels of court in New Brunswick and has experience in a wide range of legal areas including, but not limited to, Criminal Law, Personal Injury and Civil Litigation, Corporate/Commercial Law, Separation and Divorce Law, Wills and Estates, Wrongful Dismissals and Employment Law, Administrative Law and Municipal Law, Property Transactions, and Mechanics Liens.
Mr. Digdon attended the University of New Brunswick and received his degree in Business Administration in 1984 and his Bachelor of Laws degree in 1987. Robert completed his articles with the New Brunswick Department of Justice practising in all of the branches of that department including Special Prosecutions, Prosecutions, Legal Services and Law Reform. He was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1988 and is a member of the York-Sunbury Law Society, the New Brunswick Law Society and the Canadian Bar Association.
Robert has held many positions in professional and community organizations. He has been a Stewart with the York-Sunbury Law Society, a Commodore with the Fredericton Yacht Club, a Vice-President of the Fredericton branch of the Kidney Foundation, Director of the Fredericton Recreational Council for the Disabled, a member of the Fredericton Chamber of Commerce, a participant in the Sky's The Limit Ski Challenge Fundraiser, and a minor hockey coach. He is presently a council member of the New Brunswick Legal Aid Appeals Committee as well as the Chamber of Commerce Interprovincial Affairs Committee.
Allen I. Murray, is a partner of the law firm Kenny & Murray. He has been been involved in the general practice of law since 1978 with litigation experience at all Court levels. Mr. Murray has extensive experience in a wide range of legal areas including Personal Injury and Civil Litigation, Corporate Commercial Law, Family Law, Wills, Trusts and Estate Planning, Real Estate Transactions, Employment Law and Criminal Law.
Mr.Murray graduated from Oromocto High School in 1969. He received his Bachelor of Arts degree from St. Thomas University in 1973 with majors in Political Science and Sociology. Mr. Murray graduated from the University of New Brunswick in 1978 with a Bachelor of Laws Degree. He was admitted to the New Brunswick Bar in 1978 and is a member of the New Brunswick Law Society, York-Sunbury Law Society, and the Canadian Bar Association.
Mr.Murray is active within his community and has been associated with a number of organizations including the Board of School Trustees for School District 25, President of St. Vincent de Paul Parish Council, Chair of Oromocto Pioneer Days Committee, and Chair of Sunbury Manor Seniors Complex. He is a member of the Knights of Columbus Council 6774, on the provincial Board of Directors of the Canadian Cancer Society and Chair of the Oromocto and Area Sports Wall of Fame. Mr.Murray and his wife Shirley have three daughters, Julie, Jayne and Katie. They make their home in the Town of Oromocto.