Supreme Court's Longest Serving Chief Justice Retires
The Honourable Joseph P. Kennedy, the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia’s longest serving Chief Justice, retires this week after more than four decades on the Bench. His last day is Tuesday, April 30, 2019.
Judiciary Welcomes New Chief Justice of Nova Scotia
The Honourable Michael J. Wood is the new Chief Justice of the province’s Court of Appeal and the 23rd Chief Justice of Nova Scotia.
Chief Justice Welcomes New Supreme Court Justice
The Honourable Joseph Kennedy, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, extended a warm welcome today to the province’s newest judge, Justice John A. Keith, who will preside on the Supreme Court in Kentville.
Retiring Chief Justice Worked to Improve Access to Justice and Judges
The Chief Justice of Nova Scotia is retiring after a 40-year legal career, much of which he spent championing better access to justice, and creating opportunities for his fellow judges to engage and learn from racialized communities.