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Released on October 26, 2012

The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce that William Campbell has been appointed as a judge of the Provincial Court for Meadow Lake.

"Judge Campbell has extensive knowledge in civil, family and criminal law," Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant said. "I am confident his experience and character will serve the Court and the community well."

A graduate of the University of Saskatchewan, Judge Campbell was admitted to the Bar in 1985. Since then, he has served the communities of Swift Current, Maple Creek, Moose Jaw, Regina and Meadow Lake. He left private practice in 1992 to join the Public Prosecutions Division of the Ministry of Justice, where he held various positions including Regional Crown Prosecutor and most recently, as Director of the High Risk Offender Unit.

Until his appointment, Judge Campbell was the National Flagging System Co-ordinator for Saskatchewan. He was one of 15 co-ordinators across the country responsible for all aspects of management of high risk violent offender prosecutions.

Throughout his 27-year career, Judge Campbell has continued his legal education by completing a variety of courses related to litigation and criminal law.

Judge Campbell replaces Judge Jeremy Nightingale, who is retiring.


For more information, contact:

Linsay Rabyj
Phone: 306-787-0775
Cell: 306-540-4945

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