New Justices Appointed to the Ontario Court docket of Justice
Doug Downey, Lawyer Common of Ontario, announced the appointment of two new justices to the Ontario Court docket of Justice, helpful March 5, 2020.
Justice Deborah Calderwood was referred to as to the bar in 1998. Specializing in legal law, she worked as an assistant Crown lawyer in downtown Toronto and then as Crown counsel at the Crown Legislation Workplace – Criminal. Most lately, she was the Regional Sexual Violence Crown for the Central West Region. In this role, she offered suggestions to prosecutors and law enforcement and designed and delivered sexual violence instruction to legal professionals, law enforcement, nurses, sufferer companies workers and other neighborhood teams. From 2016 to 2017, Justice Calderwood served as lawful officer at the Workplace of the Prosecutor for the United Nations – Global Residual System for Felony Tribunals.
Chief Justice Lise Maisonneuve has assigned Justice Calderwood to Welland.
Justice Amanda Joy Camara was referred to as to the bar in 2002 and has been an assistant Crown lawyer in the Halton Crown Attorney’s Workplace for seven decades, with a aim on legal law. She executed quite a few trials in the Exceptional and Ontario Courts of Justice, most lately with a aim on domestic violence and youth case management. From 2016 to 2019, she was co-chair of the Domestic Violence Courts Advisory Committee, which operates numerous domestic violence court courses. She also co-chaired the Substantial Danger Evaluation and Danger Reduction Workforce for Domestic Violence. Since 2017, she has volunteered as a fundraising coordinator for the North Halton Girls Hockey Association.
Chief Justice Maisonneuve has assigned Justice Camara to Hamilton.