New Judges Appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice
Ontario has appointed two new judges to the Ontario Court of Justice, effective October 14, 2015.
Justice Nyron Dwyer was called to the Ontario bar in 1988, two years after being called to the bar in Manitoba. For over two decades he has practiced in Toronto, in the area of criminal defence. For a number of years he also served as deputy judge of the small claims court, Toronto region, on a part-time basis.
Justice Dwyer has served as a board member for St. Stephen's Community House in Toronto and over the years has acted as coach and assistant coach for several neighbourhood sports organizations.
Chief Justice Lise Maisonneuve has assigned Justice Dwyer to preside in Newmarket.
Justice Amit Anil Ghosh was called to the Ontario bar in 2002. He has spent the majority of his legal career in public service as a Crown Attorney at both the federal and provincial levels. In 2014, he assumed the role of counsel to the director of Crown Operations for the central east region.
Justice Ghosh is a volunteer board member for the Toronto-Calcutta Foundation. He also volunteers with Advocates for Etobicoke Youth Services and the Ontario Justice Education Network.
Chief Justice Lise Maisonneuve has assigned Justice Ghosh to preside in Newmarket.