M. Kim Anderson is appointed Queen’s Counsel

On December 16, 2013 Attorney General of Saskatchewan Gordon Wyant announced the annual Queen’s Counsel recipients for Saskatchewan.  Among the select lawyers honoured for their exemplary merit and contribution to the legal profession and general community is M. Kim Anderson.

Kim is a well respected insolvency and restructuring practitioner who also advises municipal governments on a wide range of issues.  His many years of community involvement has included active involvement in municipal government as well as local, provincial and national sporting organizations.

Queen’s Counsel is an honourary designation awarded to those recommended by a selection process that includes consultation with the Canadian Bar Association, the Law Society of Saskatchewan, and the Courts. The practice of Q.C. appointments dates back to 1594 when Queen Elizabeth I appointed Sir Frances Bacon as her executive legal advisor and roving representative of the Crown.   The first appointment in British North America was in 1815.

Congratulations Kim on this well-deserved honour.

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Month: December 2013