Glen graduated from Breton Education Centre and went on to attend Dalhousie University where he obtained a Bachelor of Science Degree. He then continued his education at Dalhousie University and obtained his law degree in 1997.
Glen has been one of the senior partners at the law firm of Khattar & Khattar since 2001. For 20 years Glen has been providing representation to clients in injury cases, as well residential proceedings, civil litigation, labour and employment law, criminal law and wills and estates. Glen also carries on a large residential and commercial real estate practice along with representing a large number of corporate clients. Glen has experience at all levels of Court including Nova Scotia Provincial Court, Nova Scotia Supreme Court and Nova Scotia Court of Appeal. Glen has also successfully argued many cases at the Nova Scotia Workers Compensation Appeals Tribunal on behalf of injured workers. He has also successfully argued a large number of cases before the Review Tribunal and now the Social Security Tribunal which is the Tribunal that hears appeals on behalf of individuals who have been denied CPP Disability Benefits by Service Canada.
Glen operates a multi-faceted practice and his client work is broad-based. Glen can be both a passionate advocate and a skilled negotiator. Glen brings sincere and passionate representation to his clients and makes clients feel at ease during some difficult times in their lives.
Giving back to the community is extremely important to Glen. Along with serving on many local boards, Glen coaches AAA hockey in Sydney and also coaches AAA Spring Hockey. Glen currently serves on the board of Celtic Colours International Festival, CBDC Coastal Business, New Waterford Homecare Service Society and is a member of the Board of Directors of the Lawyers Insurance Association of Nova Scotia.
In order to get started, you can simply contact Khattar & Khattar to speak with Glen Campbell. His contact information is:
Glen F. Campbell
Khattar & Khattar
378 Charlotte Street
Sydney, Nova Scotia