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Released on March 20, 2009
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that two new judges have been appointed for the Provincial Court, one each for Regina and Saskatoon.
Daryl Edward Labach graduated from the College of Law at the University of Saskatchewan in 1988 and was called to the Bar in 1989. He has had a successful career, specializing in criminal defence and civil litigation and has earned the respect of his peers, writing and presenting on a range of topics for the Canadian Bar Association and the Saskatchewan Legal Education Society. He has demonstrated a commitment to access to justice and equal representation by his work in northern Saskatchewan.
Judge Labach is a long-time member of the Kinsmen Club of Saskatoon where he dedicates his time to assist children, the disadvantaged, and the disabled within the community. He was active in community sports associations and is a champion competitive racquetball player. He will serve in the Saskatoon Provincial Court.
The Provincial Court in Regina will be welcoming Marylynne Thomas Beaton, who was called to the Bar in 1987 after obtaining a Bachelor of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan the previous year. After several years in general practice, she was defence counsel with the Legal Aid Commission before pursuing her career with Public Prosecutions for the province of Saskatchewan.
In addition to volunteering in her community and being involved extensively in the music ministry at her church, Judge Beaton has lectured on legal issues and prepared assignments for the Saskatchewan Legal Education Society.
Judge Beaton is also fully bilingual in French and English, which will be a huge asset to the judicial system in this province.
"We are pleased to be able to appoint two such experienced and competent individuals to the Bench," Justice Minister and Attorney General Don Morgan said. "Both judges bring a particular expertise that will greatly benefit our system of justice."
For more information, contact:
Justice and Attorney General
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