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Released on January 31, 2020
The Government of Saskatchewan is pleased to announce the appointment of Kevin Dale Hill as a judge to the Provincial Court in North Battleford.
“I’m happy to announce the appointment of Kevin Dale Hill to the position of Provincial Court Judge in North Battleford,” Justice Minister and Attorney General Don Morgan said. “Judge Hill is a well-respected member of Saskatchewan’s legal community, and his experience and knowledge will be a great benefit to the Provincial Court in North Battleford.”
Judge Hill received his law degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 1998 and articled with McDougall Ready in 1999 and Merchant Law Group in 2000. After being called to the bar in 2000, Judge Hill joined Cuelenaere LLP in early 2001.
In 2011, Judge Hill opened his own practice, Hill Law Office, in Saskatoon. Over the course of his career as a legal professional, Judge Hill has worked in numerous areas of the law including family law, civil litigation, and wills and estates.
Since 2011, his primary focus has been criminal defence. Judge Hill has previously served as a member of the Canadian Bar Association’s Legal Aid Liaison Committee, and as a director of the Friends of the Prince Albert National Park.
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