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Nomination Form – Deadline: October 5, 2020
The designation of Queen’s Counsel is made by the Minister of Justice through a selection process that includes consultation with the Law Society of Saskatchewan, the Canadian Bar Association and the Courts.
The selection of the Law Society’s nominees for the designation of Queen’s Counsel will be based upon the following criteria:
As prerequisite qualifications:
No person shall be appointed who has not been entitled during ten years to practise in the superior courts of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland or of any province or territory of Canada or for a portion of such period in one and for the remaining portion of such period in another or others of the said courts;
As further qualifications, the following criteria, each of equal weight:
The Law Society will also, in its recommendations, take into account considerations of gender, diversity and geography.
The deadline for nominations is October 5, 2020.