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Released on December 22, 2021
Twenty Saskatchewan lawyers are being recognized for their contributions to the legal profession and public service with the Queen's Counsel (Q.C.) designation.
"It is my honour to recognize the contributions of this year's Queen's Counsel designates," Justice Minister and Attorney General Gordon Wyant said. "I commend them for putting in the hard work it takes to earn this distinction, and wish them the very best as they continue to be leaders in our legal community."
The 2021 Queen's Counsel appointments are:
Queen's Counsel appointments are based on recommendations from a committee consisting of Saskatchewan's Minister of Justice and Attorney General, the Chief Justice of the Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan or the Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench and the past presidents of the Saskatchewan branch of the Canadian Bar Association and the Law Society of Saskatchewan.
To be eligible for a Q.C. appointment, individuals must live in Saskatchewan and must have practiced law for at least 10 years in the superior courts of any province or territory of Canada, the United Kingdom or Ireland.
For more information, contact:Noel Busse
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