Quebec Superior Court

Quebec Superior Court

Quebec Superior Court is the highest trial Court in the Province of Quebec, Canada. It consists of 144 judges who are appointed by the federal government following the recommendation of the Premier of Quebec.

Chief Justices (term): [partial listing]
* Frédéric Dorion (1971-1973)
* Jules Deschênes (1973-1983)
* Alan B. Gold (1983-1992)
* Lawrence A. Poitras (1992-1996)
* Lyse Lemieux (1996-2004)
* François Rolland (since 2004)

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