Practice areas: Personal Injury & Disability Law | Family Law | Criminal Law | General Litigation
After completing his Honours degree in Biochemistry with a double minor in Biology and Chemistry at Mount Allison University, Curran obtained his law degree from Université de Moncton in 2016.
During his university years, Curran was heavily involved in charitable causes and sat as an executive for Habitat for Humanity Mount Allison Chapter, an executive on the Association des étudiants(es) de l'école de droit de l'Université de Moncton (AÉÉDUM), as President of various sub-committees, and did pro bono work with a free legal aid clinic. He is also a published scientist (Transition Metal Chemistry, 2015).
Outside of the office, he leads a very active lifestyle and is an avid supporter of animal rights and the SPCA. He has also been a member of the Board of Directors of Alternative Residences Alternatives Inc. since 2017.