We use cookies on this site to enable your digital experience. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our cookie policy. close
Focus On
In-House Counsel | Insurance | Intellectual Property | Immigration | Natural Resources | Real Estate | Tax

Crown prosecutor appointed as Saskatchewan provincial court judge

Monday, August 12, 2019 @ 11:53 AM | By John Chunn


The government of Saskatchewan announced the appointment of Thomas Healey as a judge to the provincial court in Prince Albert.

“Judge Healey will make a fine addition to our provincial court bench,” Justice Minister and Attorney General Don Morgan said. “His experience as a Crown prosecutor will be a great asset to him in this position and to the community of Prince Albert.”

According to the government’s press release, Judge Healey received a law degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 1994. He commenced his articles with the Crown Life Insurance Company.  After concluding his articles, he began his career as a lawyer with Mills, Wilcox and Zuk before moving to the Annand Law Office (now the W Law Group) in Melfort in 1997. Since 2005, Judge Healey has served as a Crown prosecutor in Melfort, where he has been primarily focused on criminal law.

Judge Healey has been committed to his community throughout his career. He has coached community soccer teams and is an active member of the Park Avenue Bible Church in Melfort. Judge Healey also served two terms as a bencher on the Law Society of Saskatchewan.