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Released on April 7, 2005

Lorna Denise Dyck has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court for Melfort.

"Judge Dyck's experience in the private bar and as a Senior Crown Prosecutor will serve her well in her new role as a Provincial Court judge," Justice Minister Frank Quennell said.

Judge Dyck received her Bachelor of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan in 1985. She articled with the Saskatchewan Department of Justice and began her practice of law as a Crown Prosecutor in Regina. Following two years of private practice with the firm of Pederson, Rourke & Co. in Saskatoon, she returned to Public Prosecutions, first in Melfort, then in Saskatoon and finally in Prince Albert.

While in Melfort, Judge Dyck was active in her local community as a board member of the Northeast Crisis Centre and member of the Melfort Arts Council. In Prince Albert, she has been involved in the pre-charge screening program and chairperson of the Serious Habitual Offender Comprehensive Action Program committee.


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