Law firm with ties to Saskatoon appointed as new decide in Prince Albert

a vase sitting on top of a wooden table: Jeffrey Lubyk has been appointed as a provincial court judge in Prince Albert.

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Jeffrey Lubyk has been appointed as a provincial court docket choose in Prince Albert.

A Saskatchewan law firm with extensive expertise in prison legislation has been appointed as a provincial court judge in Prince Albert, the provincial federal government introduced Friday.

Jeffrey Lubyk received his legislation diploma in 1998 from the University of Saskatchewan. Soon after articling in Yorkton, he joined a non-public organization in Prince Albert in advance of moving on in 2000 to get the job done as a Legal Aid lawyer.

In 2006, Lubyk grew to become a senior Crown prosecutor, performing because then in Melfort, Prince Albert and most just lately Saskatoon.

He has also been a mentor to articling learners as a result of the Regulation Society’s Centre for Skilled Authorized Schooling application and served as a visitor lecturer at the U of S.

Lubyk has coached and assisted with neighborhood soccer, lacrosse and hockey groups, not long ago joined the board of directors for the Community Legal Training Affiliation (PLEA), and has served as an government board member of the Prince Albert Food Bank and a literacy tutor with Browse Saskatoon.


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