New Judges Appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice
Ontario has appointed two new judges to the Ontario Court of Justice, effective Dec. 17, 2014.
Justice Ferhan Javed was called to the bar in 2002. He has a master of laws (LLM) in criminal law and procedure and is certified by the Law Society of Upper Canada as a specialist in criminal law. Most recently, he was managing partner of Javed Frost Trehearne, where he prosecuted federal matters as a standing agent of the Public Prosecution Service of Canada in the Durham Region (Ajax/Pickering). In addition, he managed his own criminal defence practice at Simcoe Chambers in Toronto. Justice Javed has been involved in continuing legal education programs for justices of the peace, was a member of the Area Committee of Legal Aid Ontario, a consultant to Muslim Family and Child Services of Ontario and a volunteer with the Ontario Justice Education Network. He is fluent in French, Urdu and Punjabi and holds a certificate of bilingualism in French from Glendon College. Chief Justice Annemarie E. Bonkalo has assigned Justice Javed to preside in Oshawa.
Justice Kimberly Eva Marie Moore was called to the bar in 1998. For the past three years, she has worked as a Crown attorney for the Ministry of the Attorney General. Prior to that, she was an assistant Crown attorney for 13 years, conducting prosecutions in the Ontario Court of Justice and the Superior Court of Justice. Justice Moore has been a member of the Ontario Senior Crown Attorneys' Association and the County of Lanark Lawyers' Association. She has been a member of Civitan International, a volunteer service club dedicated to helping people in their own communities and a volunteer at Port Elmsley Karate and Queen Elizabeth Public School charity events. Chief Justice Annemarie E. Bonkalo has assigned Justice Moore to preside in Brockville.