Archie Campbell (judge)

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Archie Gray Campbell (13 April 1942 – 17 April 2007) was a former Justice of the Superior Court of Ontario and the lower Ontario Court.

Born in Montreal, Quebec, Campbell graduated from Osgoode Hall Law School in 1967. He worked at the Attorney General of Ontario's office as appeal counsel for the attorney general and as deputy attorney general. He later was senior policy advisor to the current Chief Justice of the Superior Court of Ontario Roy McMurtry. Outside of the AG office, Campbell worked briefly at the Parkdale Legal Clinic in 1977 and taught at Osgoode Hall. He was appointed to the bench in 1986.

Campbell's notable contributions included a 1995 inquiry into the police investigation of Paul Bernardo's crimes and the SARS inquiry in 2003.

Campbell died of cancer and degenerative lung disease on 17 April 2007 in Toronto.

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