2014 Queen's counsel appointments named17 October 2014
FREDERICTON (GNB) – Eleven New Brunswick lawyers have been appointed Queen's counsel. Lt.-Gov. Graydon Nicholas made the announcement today.
The recipients are:
• Robert M. Creamer – Saint John
• Heather Doyle Landry – Fredericton
• Harold R. Grew – Riverview
• Willard M. Jenkins – Saint John
• Larry Landry – Dalhousie
• George H. LeBlanc – Moncton
• John B.D. Logan – Saint John
• George A. McAllister – Fredericton
• Stewart C. Paul – Perth-Andover
• Marylène Pilote – Edmundston
• Kelly Ann Winchester – Saint John
The chief justice of New Brunswick, J. Ernest Drapeau, chairs the committee that makes recommendations to the lieutenant-governor.
The designation of Queen's counsel recognizes the accomplishments and contributions made by these individuals to their profession and community.
The swearing-in ceremony will take place on Monday, Oct. 20, at the legislative assembly in Fredericton.