Revealed November 22, 2022 at 11:26 am
Oakville native and former Hamilton assistant Crown lawyer Lindsay Daviau has been appointed to the Ontario Courtroom of Justice. She has been assigned to Brampton’s A. Grenville and William Davis Courthouse. CITY OF BRAMPTON PHOTO
Oakville’s Lindsay Daviau has been appointed to the Ontario Courtroom of Justice.
Daviau was one in all seven judges appointed to the provincial courtroom by Lawyer Basic Doug Downey on Tuesday (Nov. 22).
Chief Justice Lise Maisonneuve has assigned Daviau to Brampton’s A. Grenville and William Davis Courthouse, efficient Dec 1, 2022.
Daviau, who was referred to as to the bar in 2006, was an assistant Crown lawyer in Hamilton, a place she has held since March 2022.
She spent the earlier six years with Rosen & Firm Barristers as counsel on a wide range of trials and regulatory issues and appeared twice as lead counsel earlier than the Supreme Courtroom of Canada.
Daviau (pictured beneath) was a most well-liked counsel on the Attorneys’ Skilled Indemnity Firm and represented shoppers dealing with moral and authorized allegations.
As obligation counsel with the Probono Inmate Enchantment Program, she assisted unrepresented shoppers at Ontario’s Courtroom of Enchantment.
Daviau has additionally been concerned in her local people. She was a member of the advertising committee for the Oakville Hornets Women Hockey Affiliation, and in addition coordinated sponsorship and fundraising initiatives for 2 hockey groups.
Since 2017, she volunteered as a mentor with the Advocates’ Society, assembly with junior prison protection attorneys to supply steering and reply questions.
The Ontario Courtroom of Justice is one in all two trial courts in Ontario (along with the Superior Courtroom of Justice) that make up the Courtroom of Ontario. The Ontario Courtroom of Justice consists of provincially appointed judges and justices of the peace.
The judges and the justices of the peace of the Courtroom preside over grownup prison, youth prison, household legislation, youngster welfare, and provincial offences issues, in accordance with the jurisdiction conferred upon the Courtroom by the legal guidelines of the Province of Ontario and Canada.
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