Edmund Leslie Newcombe
|Edmund Leslie Newcombe|
|Puisne Justice of the Supreme Court of Canada|
September 16, 1924 – December 9, 1931
|Nominated by||W. L. Mackenzie King|
|Appointed by||George V|
|Preceded by||Francis Alexander Anglin|
|Succeeded by||Oswald Smith Crocket|
February 17, 1859|
Cornwallis, Nova Scotia
|Died||December 9, 1931(aged 72)|
Born in Cornwallis, Nova Scotia, the son of John Cumming Newcombe and Abigail H. Calkin, he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in 1878 and a Master of Arts degree in 1881 from Dalhousie University. He received a Bachelor of Laws degree in 1881 from Dalhousie Law School. In 1882, he was called to the Nova Scotia Bar and started to practice law.
In 1893, he became Deputy Minister of Justice and was called to the Ontario Bar. In 1924, he was appointed to the Supreme Court and served until his death in 1931.
- The civil service of Canada. Ottawa: The Civilian. 1914. p. 194.