Nearly a dozen lawyers have become judges in the past week, after Justice Minister Peter MacKay made a series of judicial appointments across Canada.
On Friday, Graeme Mew, a lawyer with Clyde & Co. Canada LLP in Toronto, was appointed a judge of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Toronto. Mew’s main areas of practice were civil litigation, insurance law, sports law, arbitration and mediation.
On Dec. 18, Jamie K. Trimble, a lawyer with the firm Hughes Amys LLP in Hamilton, Ont. was appointed to the Superior Court bench in Milton to replace Justice C.W. Hourigan, who has been appointed to the Court of Appeal for Ontario.