Most people know Kent Brothers as an approachable guy, sports enthusiast, and family man. He was born and raised in Corner Brook and when he’s not working with clients, you can find him helping a local community organization; staying active by running, cycling, skiing, and playing hockey; and spending time with his wife and two children.
Kent also has a “lawyer origin story”. He obtained a Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Michigan in 1991. During his time at U of M, he played four seasons of Varsity Ice Hockey for the Michigan Wolverines and stayed an extra year to coach. In 1994, Kent completed his law degree at Dalhousie University where he served as President of the Domus Legis Society, an organization to encourage a high standard of professional work among members. He has been practicing law in Corner Brook since 1995 and handles a significant portion of personal injury and residential real estate transactions in Western Newfoundland.
Outside of law practice, Andrew May is best known for his passion of outdoor sport. He is the West Coast representative for Paddle Newfoundland and Labrador, a coach for cross-country skiing at the club level, and he hosts the Facebook group for Newfoundland and Labrador River Runners. Aside from white water canoeing, competitive cross-country skiing, and running, Andrew also enjoys ski touring, mountain biking, and wilderness adventure with his family. He currently sits on the board of Blow Me Down Cross-Country Ski Club and previously served as Chairperson of Humber Village Ltd.
Andrew has practiced law in Newfoundland since 2002. He obtained his Bachelor of Arts from Mount Allison University in 1992 followed by a prestigious combination of common law and civil law degrees (LL.B and B.C.L.) from McGill University in 1996. He practices across several areas of law and enjoys helping people resolve their legal issues. Prior to practicing law, Andrew worked in financial services and in the fish processing sector.