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Malone, Hon. J. Brian D., Q.C., B.A., LL.B.


B. 1942 in Fredericton, N.B. S. of Harry J. Malone and Juanita I. Malone. Ed. at Univ. of N.B. (B.A., 1966; LL.B., 1969 (Beaverbrook Law Scholar)). M. 1968 to Patricia Hughes Griffin. Three children: Erin, Cary and Ryan. Private Career: Called to the N.B. Bar, 1969 and to the Alta. Bar, 1979. Partner, McCarthy, Tétrault, Calgary, 1983-99; Managing Partner, 1991-99 and Nat'l Chair, 1995-96. Mem. of Senate and Bd. of Governors, Univ. of Calgary, 1986-92 and Deputy Chair, Bd. of Governors, 1990-92. Appt'd Judge of the Federal Court of Canada, Appeal Div., Nov. 4, 1999 (changed to the Federal of Appeal, Jul. 2, 2003). Appt'd Q.C., 1987. Address: Federal Court of Appeal, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0H9.

MALONE, HON. J. BRIAN D., C.R., B.A., LL.B. Né 1942 à Fredericton, N.-B. Fils de Harry J. Malone et Juanita I. Malone. Fit ses études à l'Univ. du N.-B. (B.A., 1966; LL.B., 1969 (bénéficiaire de la bourse d'études Beaverbrook)). M. 1968 à Patricia Hughes Griffin. Trois enfants: Erin, Cary et Ryan. Carrière privée: Admis au Barreau du N.-B. en 1969 et au Barreau de l'Alta. en 1979. Associé, McCarthy, Tétrault, Calgary, 1983-99; associé dir., 1991-99 et prés. nat., 1995-96. Mem. du conseil et du bureau des gouverneurs de l'Univ. de Calgary, 1986-92 et vice-prés. du bureau des gouverneurs, 1990-92. Nommé Juge à la Cour fédérale du Canada, Section d'appel le 4 nov. 1999 (changé en la Cour de l'appel fédérale, Juil. 2, 2003). Nommé C.R. en 1987. Adresse: Cour de l'appel fédérale, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0H9.

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