New Brunswick Court of Appeal

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Current judges

(Full complement of 6)[1]

# Position / Name Appointed Nominated by Position Prior to Appointment Other Details
1 Chief Justice Marc Richard[1] [2] [3] May 1, 2018 (as Chief)
2003 (Justice)
J. Trudeau (Chief)
Chretien (Justice)
Lawyer at Barry Spalding Richard
Called to bar (1985)
Published criminal decisions
2 Justice Kathleen Quigg [4] 2008 Harper Court of Queen's Bench (Nov 2006 to 2008)
Robichaud Williamson Theriault & Johnstone
Called to bar (1990)
Published criminal decisions
3 Justice Bradley Green[2][3] 2009 Harper Court of Queen's Bench (2008 to 2009)
counsel with Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick (2006 to 2009)
Minister of Justice (1999 to 2006)
Minister of Health and Aboriginal Affairs (1999 to 2006)
Published criminal decisions
4 Justice Barbara L. Baird [5] December 12, 2014 Harper Court of Queen's Bench, Family Div. (2008)
Baird Law Firm (1991 to 2008)
Director of Court Services, Family Division (1987 to 1989)
Atkinson and Atkinson (1985 to 1987)
Sole practitioner (1981 to 1985)
Clark Drummie and Company (1976 to 1981)
Called to bar (1976)
Published criminal decisions
5 Justice Raymond T. French [6] June 8, 2015 Harper Court of Queen's Bench (2007 to 2015)
Patterson Palmer
Eddy & McElman
Called to bar (1988)
Published criminal decisions
6 Justice Lucie Lavigne[4] May 1, 2018 J. Trudeau Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick (2001 to 2018)
private practice (1980 to 2001)
Published criminal decisions

Supernumerary

Position / Name Appointed Nominated by Position Prior to Appointment Other Details
Justice Wallace Turnbull 1993 Mulroney Director of Canada Ports Corporation Published criminal decisions
Justice Margaret E.L. Larlee* [7] 1998 Chrétien Court of Queen's Bench (1985 to 1998)
Probate Judge (1979 to 1985)
Private practice (1976 to 1979)
Dept of Justice (1974 to 1976)
Called to bar (1974)
Published criminal decisions
Justice Alexandre Deschenes* [8] 2000 Chrétien Court of Queen's Bench (1982 to 2000)
Called to bar (1968)
Published criminal decisions

Previous Justices

Position / Name Appointed Nominated by Position Prior to Appointment Other Details
Chief Justice Ernest Drapeau [9] 2003 - 2018 (as Chief)
1998 (Justice)
April 27, 2018 (Sup.)
Chrétien Court of Appeal of New Brunswick

Lawyer at Drapeau, Robichaud & McNally
Called to bar (1974)

Published criminal decisions
Joseph Theodore Robertson July 28, 2000 Chrétien Federal Court of Appeal (1992 to 2000)
Called to bar (1977)
Published criminal decisions

References

External links

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