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FACULTY OF LAW SINCE 1892 16 ALUMNI UPDATES Tracey L. Clements, QC — LLB '94 CJ, Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island Diane McGrath — LLB '92 Nova Scotia Provincial/Family Court, Sydney Scott Latimer — LLB '02 Ontario Court of Justice, Kitchener Terri MacPherson — LLB '92 Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island Amy Sakalauskas — LLB '02 Nova Scotia Provincial Court, Sydney Tracey Clements began her career at Stewart McKelvey in 1993, becoming a partner of the firm in 2009. At the firm, she developed a general litigation practice, including labour and employment, and human rights law, winning numerous awards for her litigation work. She was appointed to the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island in March 2017 and became Chief Jus- tice in November 2017. After graduating from UNB Law in 1992, Diane McGrath practised in Sydney with Nova Scotia Legal Aid and in private practice with H.F. MacIntyre and Associates. In 2007, she joined the Public Prosecution Service; she received her Queen's Coun- sel appointment in 2011. She was a member of the prosecution service's Sexual Assault Working Group, and helped develop and implement the Domestic Violence Court in Sydney. She brings her 23 years of experience in criminal and family law mat- ters to the Nova Scotia Provincial and Family Court in Sydney. Raised in Thunder Bay, Ontario, Scott Latimer graduated from UNB Law in 2002. He articled with the Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General at the Crown Law Office – Criminal and, fol- lowing his admission to the Ontario bar, joined the Peel Crown Attorney's Office as an Assistant Crown Attorney. He rejoined the Crown Law Office – Criminal in 2013, where he specialized in appeals and Internet child exploitation cases. Prior to his appointment to the Ontario Court of Justice, he co-directed the Internet Child Exploitation course for the Ontario Crown Attorneys' Association Summer School. After receiving her LLB from UNB Law in 1992, PEI native Terri MacPherson began her career with Summerside law firm Key and McKnight, where she worked for several years. In 1996, she moved to the public service, working for the PEI Department of Justice and Public Safety in the areas of criminal prosecution, child protection and criminal injuries compensation. Prior to her appointment, she held the position of prothonotary of the Supreme Court and Court of Appeal of Prince Edward Island. After growing up in North Sydney, Nova Scotia, Amy Sakalaus- kas attended Acadia University, where she studied anthropolo- gy. During her time at UNB Law, she loved the small classes, the involved and approachable faculty members, and the communi- ty of friends that she acquired. She worked in private practice in the Annapolis Valley and Bedford, and has been active nation- ally on raising issues in the LGBTQ community. Most recently, Amy Sakalauskas practised with the Nova Scotia Department of Justice in the field of child protection. Judicial Appointments

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