Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick
The Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick (in French
Canadian French
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: Cour du Banc de la Reine du Nouveau-Brunswick) is the superior court
Superior court
In common law systems, a superior court is a court of general competence which typically has unlimited jurisdiction with regard to civil and criminal legal cases...

 of the Canadian province of New Brunswick
New Brunswick
New Brunswick is one of Canada's three Maritime provinces and is the only province in the federation that is constitutionally bilingual . The provincial capital is Fredericton and Saint John is the most populous city. Greater Moncton is the largest Census Metropolitan Area...



  • The Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick consists of a Chief Justice among 21 justices plus 7 justices who have elected supernumerary
    A Supernumerary is an additional member of an organization. A supernumerary is also a non-regular member of a staff, a member of the staff or an employee who works in a public office who is not part of the manpower complement...

     status after many years of service and after having attained eligibility for retirement.

Current Justices (including district)

  • The Honourable David D. Smith
    David Smith (justice)
    David Duncan Smith is a Canadian jurist.Smith is Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench for the Canadian province of New Brunswick. He was appointed Chief Justice in April 1998 after serving as a judge of the Family Division since May 1993....

    , Chief Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick
  • Justice Guy W. Boisvert* - Bathurst
  • Justice Jacques A. Sirois* - Moncton
  • Justice Raymond J. Guerette* - Campbellton
  • Justice Paul S. Creaghan* - Moncton
  • Justice Alfred R. Landry* - Moncton
  • Justice David H. Russell* - Fredericton
  • Justice Hugh H. McLellan - Saint John
  • Justice Roger Savoie* - Moncton
  • Justice Thomas W. Riordon* - Miramichi
  • Justice Roger McIntyre* - Bathurst
  • Justice Myrna F. Athey* - Fredericton
  • Justice Judy L. Clendenning - Fredericton
  • Justice Gladys J. Young - Campbellton
  • Justice George S. Rideout - Moncton
  • Justice Paulette C. Garnett - Fredericton
  • Justice Peter S. Glennie - Saint John
  • Justice Brigitte M. Robichaud - Moncton
  • Justice Réginald Léger - Bathurst
  • Justice Lucie A. LaVigne - Edmundston
  • Justice Anne D. Wooder - Fredericton
  • Justice Colette M. d'Entremont - Moncton
  • Justice Robert L. Tuck - Moncton
  • Justice William T. Grant - Saint John
  • Justice Stephen J. McNally - Moncton
  • Justice Thomas E.Cyr - Edmundston
  • Justice Michel A. Robichaud - Bathurst
  • Justice Barbara L. Baird – Fredericton
  • Justice Raymond T. French – Saint John
  • Justice Zoël R. Dionne – Moncton
  • Justice Jean-Paul Ouellette – Miramichi
  • Justice Frederick P. Ferguson - Miramichi
  • Justice Terrence J. Morrison - Woodstock
  • Justice Bruce A. Noble - Saint John
  • Justice John J. Walsh – Saint John

    • *indicates supernumerary justicee
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