Seven UNB Law grads appointed King’s Counsel

Author: Ed Bowes

Posted on Nov 16, 2022

Category: Faculty , Students , Alumni

Congratulations to seven UNB Law Alumni who received King’s Counsel designations in recognition of their high level of personal and professional integrity and for their outstanding contributions to the legal profession.

  • Clarence Bennett, K.C. (LLB ’04)
  • Catherine Bowlen, K.C. (LLB ’84)
  • Matthew W. Cripps, K.C. (LLB in ’91)
  • Jamie Eddy, K.C. (LLB ’92)
  • Lisa Keenan, K.C. (LLB ’90)
  • Rodney MacDonald, K.C. (LLB ’82)
  • Christopher T. Titus, K.C. (LLB ’83)

This year’s ceremony also included another member of the UNB Law community, with Dean Michael Marin, K.C. among the recipients of the King’s Counsel designation.

Monday’s ceremony, held at the New Brunswick Legislature, paid homage to her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, before swearing in the first generation of New Brunswick KCs under his Majesty King Charles III.

Her honour, Lieutenant-Governor Brenda Murphy was on hand to oversee the ceremony. In attendance were members of the Provincial Court, the Court of King’s Bench and the New Brunswick Court of Appeal, many of whom themselves are UNB Law graduates.