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Released on January 8, 2009
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that Quentin Douglas (Doug) Agnew has been appointed a judge of the Provincial Court for Saskatoon.
Judge Agnew received his Bachelor of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan in 1983 and was called to the Bar in 1984. He has had a successful career in general practice, with a special emphasis on litigation. His experience spans from family law to corporate litigation.
In addition, Judge Agnew has been an active educator of the community on legal issues by lecturing for the Public Legal Education Association and other education and community groups. He has acted pro bono as corporate counsel for Child Find Saskatchewan since 1984 and has served on their board of directors.
"We are pleased that we will be having Judge Agnew preside at Provincial Court," Justice Minister Don Morgan said. "He brings a wide and varied experience to the judiciary."
For more information, contact:
Justice and Attorney General
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