Brad Green (politician)

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Bradley V. Green, QC (born January 29, 1965 in Fredericton, New Brunswick)[1] is a Canadian lawyer, judge and a former politician in the Province of New Brunswick.

The son of Vernon Green, Green studied at the University of New Brunswick, earning an honours degree in Political science and a law degree. He was admitted to Bar of New Brunswick in 1991.[2]

He was first elected to the Legislative Assembly of New Brunswick in a 1998 by-election and was re-elected in 1999 and 2003. He represented the electoral district of Fredericton South and was a member of the cabinet from 1999 to 2006.[2]

His career in the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly ended when he lost his seat in 2006 to Liberal MLA, Rick Miles.

In May 2008, he was appointed a Judge of the Court of Queen's Bench for the judicial district of Saint John.[3] Green was named to the Court of Appeal of New Brunswick in Fredericton on September 1, 2009.[4]

Green married Margaret Gregg.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Biographies of Members Legislative Assembly New Brunswick" (PDF). Government of New Brunswick. 2000. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  2. ^ a b "The Honourable Mr. Justice Bradley V. Green". Court of Appeal of New Brunswick. Government of New Brunswick. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  3. ^ Schmitz, Cristin (April 25, 2008). "‘Patronage’ appointment to Bench draws mixed reviews". The Lawyers Weekly. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  4. ^ "New Brunswick Judicial Appointment Announced". Canadian Department of Justice. July 30, 2009. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
Provincial Government of Bernard Lord
Cabinet Posts (3)
Predecessor Office Successor
Greg Byrne Attorney General of New Brunswick
1999–2006
Thomas J. Burke
Elvy Robichaud Minister of Health
2006
Robichaud was Minister of Health & Wellness
Mike Murphy
Greg Byrne Minister of Justice
1999–2006
Fitch was Minister of Justice & Consumer Affairs
Bruce Fitch
Special Cabinet Responsibilities
Predecessor
Title Successor
Greg Byrne Government House Leader
1999–2006
Bev Harrison
Bernard Thériault Minister responsible for Aboriginal Affairs
1999–2006
Thériault was Minister of Intergovernmental & Aboriginal Affairs
Rose-May Poirier