Judicial Vacancy – Timmins (50% Criminal and 50% Family) – Bilingual Position

Posted on:
April 2, 2024

The Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee advises the Attorney General of

Ontario on the appointment of Judges to the Ontario Court of Justice, and invites

applications for a bilingual judicial position in Timmins.

This appointment involves presiding over criminal and family law matters

(approximately 50% criminal and 50% family) and also involves travel within

the regional boundaries and elsewhere in the province of Ontario,

as assigned by the Regional Senior Justice and/or the Chief Justice.

The minimum requirement to apply to be a Judge in the Ontario Court of Justice is

ten years completed membership as a barrister and solicitor at the Bar of one of

the Provinces or Territories of Canada.

Candidates who identify bilingual ability as indicated on the application form

are required to undergo standardized French language testing to assess their

proficiency. For further details, please see the Frequently Asked Questions at:


All candidates must apply by submitting an electronic copy of the

current (February 2024) completed Judicial Candidate Information Form.

Acknowledgement and other communication will be sent by email. Please ensure

that a suitable email address is provided on your application.

If you wish to apply and need a current Judicial Candidate Information Form, or if

you would like further information, please contact:

Judicial Appointments Advisory Committee


Website: https://www.ontariocourts.ca/ocj/jaac/

NEW ONLINE APPLICATION PROCESS: All applications must be sent by email,

as a PDF attachment, to JAAC.Application@ontario.ca. Please refer to the

submission instructions at: https://www.ontariocourts.ca/ocj/jaac/application/.

In the email subject line, please indicate the LOCATION of the judicial vacancy.

If applying for more than one vacancy location, please indicate ALL vacancy

locations in the subject line.

Applications must be on the current prescribed form and RECEIVED BY

11:59 p.m. on Tuesday, April 23, 2024. Applications received after this date

WILL NOT be considered.

The Judiciary of the Ontario Court of Justice should reflect the diversity of

the population it serves. Applications from members of equality-seeking

groups are encouraged.

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