Two judicial appointments announced
Two appointments have been made to the Nova Scotia Provincial and Family Courts by the Honourable Diana Whalen, Attorney General and Justice Minister.
The Hon. Judge S. Raymond Morse has been appointed as Associate Chief Judge of the Nova Scotia Family Court for a five-year term and the Hon. E. Ann Marie MacInnes has been appointed as a Judge of the Nova Scotia Provincial and Family Courts.
"The Honourable Judge Morse has demonstrated he has the experience and skill to fill this important role in our justice system," said Minister Whalen in her November 10 announcement. "The Honourable Judge MacInnes is highly respected by her peers and brings extensive experience in legal aid, which gives me great confidence she will serve Nova Scotians well."
Associate Chief Judge Morse has presided in the Nova Scotia Family and Provincial Courts since 2011, and will continue to preside in the Family Court in Amherst and Truro during his tenure as Associate Chief. He came to the Bench after 33 years in private practice from the law firm of Patterson Law in Truro, where he was a Partner. For more details about his recent appointment, see this notice on the Courts of Nova Scotia website.
For more information on Nova Scotia courts, visit www.courts.ns.ca.