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Released on February 2, 2007
Murray Hinds has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court for Regina.
“Judge Hinds’ extensive knowledge of criminal, insurance, employment and Aboriginal law will serve him well in his new role as a Provincial Court judge,” Justice Minister Frank Quennell said.
Judge Hinds grew up in Regina and received his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan in 1986. After graduation, he articled at Mitchell, Taylor, Romanow & Ching (now Woloshyn & Company) where he became partner in 1992. Judge Hinds practised at Woloshyn & Company until 2006 when he became partner in Bainbridge Jodouin Hinds.
Judge Hinds has been very active in the Saskatoon community as a trustee of the Board of Trustees for the Mendel Art Gallery and a Rotarian. He was also a past member of the Saskatoon United Way Cabinet, Chiropractors’ Association of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon Downtown Business Improvement District Marketing Committee, and Past President and Vice President of the Saskatoon Chamber of Commerce Breakfast Club.
Judge Hinds has also acted as a hearing officer under The Police Act, 1990, a Board of Inquiry for matters under The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code, and as a labour arbitrator.
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