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Chief Justice Richard, Hon. John D., B.A., L.Sc.Pol., LL.B.

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RICHARD, HON. JOHN D., B.A., L.Sc.Pol., LL.B.

B. Jul. 30, 1934 in Ottawa, Ont. S. of Jean Thomas Richard (dec.) and Margaret Maloney (dec.) (Ottawa, Ont.). Ed. at Univ. of Ottawa; Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, Ont. and Louvain Univ., Belgium. M. Apr. 16, 1966 to Lillian Chartrand dau. of Wilbay and Lillian Chartrand. Private Career: Called to the Bar of Ont., 1959. Associate and Partner, Gowling & Henderson, Ottawa, 1960-88. Partner, Lang Michener, Ottawa, 1988-94. Appt'd: Judge of the Federal Court of Canada, Trial Div. and ex officio Mem. of the Federal Court of Canada, Appeal Div., Aug. 30, 1994; Judge of the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada, Jan. 11, 1995; Associate Chief Justice of the Federal Court of Canada, Jun. 23, 1998, and Chief Justice of the Federal Court, Appeal Div., Nov. 4, 1999, (changed to Federal Court of Appeal, Jul. 2, 2003). Lieut. R.C.N. (R), retired. Appt'd Q.C., 1976. Judicial Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers. Past Pres., Assoc. des juristes d'expression française de l'Ont. Mem: Cdn Bar Ass'n and Advocates' Soc. Address: Federal Court of Appeal, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0H9.


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RICHARD, HON. JOHN D., B.A., L.Sc.Pol., LL.B. Né le 30 juill. 1934 à Ottawa, Ont. Fils de Jean Thomas Richard (déc.) et Margaret Maloney (déc.) (Ottawa, Ont.). Fit ses études à l'Univ. d'Ottawa; la faculté de droit Osgoode Hall, Toronto, Ont. et l'Univ. de Louvain, Belgique. M. le 16 avr. 1966 à Lillian Chartrand fille de Wilbay et Lillian Chartrand. Carrière privée: Admis au Barreau de l'Ont. en 1959. Associé, Gowling & Henderson, Ottawa, 1960-88. Associé, Lang Michener, Ottawa, 1988-94. Nommé: Juge de la Cour fédérale du Canada, Section de première instance et mem. de droit de la Cour fédérale, Section d'appel le 30 août 1994; Juge de la Cour d'appel de la cour martiale du Canada le 11 janv. 1995; Juge en chef adjoint de la Cour fédérale du Canada le 23 juin 1998, Juge en chef de la Cour fédérale du Canada, division d'appel, le 4 nov. 1999, (changé en la Cour de l'appel fédérale, Juil. 2, 2003). Lieut. R.C.N. (R), retiré. Nommé C.R. en 1976. Judicial Fellow, American College of Trial Lawyers. Ancien prés. de l'Assoc. des juristes d'expression française de l'Ont. Mem: Assoc. du barreau can. et Advocates' Soc. Adresse: Cour de l'appel fédérale, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0H9.

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