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Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick

The Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick (in French: Cour du Banc de la Reine du Nouveau-Brunswick) is the superior court of the Canadian province of New Brunswick.

Structure

  • The Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick consists of a Chief Justice among 21 justices plus 7 justices who have elected supernumerary status after many years of service and after having attained eligibility for retirement.


Current Justices (including district)

  • The Honourable David D. Smith, Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick
  • Justice Guy W. Boisvert* - Bathurst
  • Justice Jacques A. Sirois* - Moncton
  • Justice Raymond J. Guerette* - Campbellton
  • Justice Paul S. Creaghan* - Moncton
  • Justice Alfred R. Landry* - Moncton
  • Justice David H. Russell* - Fredericton
  • Justice Hugh H. McLellan - Saint John
  • Justice Roger Savoie* - Moncton
  • Justice Thomas W. Riordon* - Miramichi
  • Justice Roger McIntyre* - Bathurst
  • Justice Myrna F. Athey* - Fredericton
  • Justice Judy L. Clendening - Fredericton
  • Justice Gladys J. Young - Campbellton
  • Justice George S. Rideout - Moncton
  • Justice Paulette C. Garnett - Fredericton
  • Justice Peter S. Glennie - Saint John
  • Justice Brigitte M. Robichaud - Moncton
  • Justice Réginald Léger - Bathurst
  • Justice Lucie A. LaVigne - Edmundston
  • Justice Anne D. Wooder - Fredericton
  • Justice Colette M. d'Entremont - Moncton
  • Justice Robert L. Tuck - Moncton
  • Justice William T. Grant - Saint John
  • Justice Stephen J. McNally - Moncton
  • Justice Thomas E.Cyr - Edmundston
  • Justice Michel A. Robichaud - Bathurst
  • Justice Barbara L. Baird – Fredericton
  • Justice Raymond T. French – Saint John
  • Justice Zoël R. Dionne – Moncton
  • Justice Jean-Paul Ouellette – Miramichi
  • Justice Frederick P. Ferguson - Miramichi
  • Justice Terrence J. Morrison - Woodstock
  • Justice Bruce A. Noble - Saint John
  • Justice John J. Walsh – Saint John
    • *indicates supernumerary justicee

Former Justices (including district)

References

  • Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick
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