Judicial appointments announced: R. Philip Campbell, Susan Stothart, Stephen Darroch

Campbell has lectured at the University of Toronto’s Center of Criminology and lectured at the University of Toronto Law School, National Criminal Law Program, National Judicial Institute, Law Society of Ontario, and the Criminal Bar Association.

Campbell was an active member of Innocence Canada’s Case Review Committee and received the 2020 G. Arthur Martin Medal in recognition of his efforts in the criminal justice system. Campbell graduated from the University of Toronto Law School in 1982 and was admitted to the Ontario bar in 1984.

Stothart replaces Judge Edward Koke of Parry Sound, who was elected as an adjunct judge effective January 19 years.

Stothart was appointed Deputy Crown Attorney’s Office of Sudbury Crown Attorney’s Office in 1994, Crown Attorney for the District of Sudbury in 2009 and Director of Crown Operations for the North Region in the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General in Sudbury in 2018, in which capacity she oversaw Law Enforcement in the Northeast and Northwest Justice Regions and worked with numerous participants in the justice system to address the unique challenges facing the North.

Stothart has contributed to Laurentian University’s Law and Justice program, the development and implementation of the Crown Mentorship program, and presentations to the police, community organizations and legal professionals as an adjunct professor. She received her LLB from Osgoode Hall Law School and admitted to the Ontario bar in 1994.

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