Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Mahmud Jamal Becomes First Muslim Judge of the Canadian Supreme Court

The first Muslim judge to serve on the Supreme Court of Canada has been nominated by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

He will supplant Justice Rosalie Abella, who resigns from the top court on Canada Day.

The Canadian PM said in an assertion given to the media, “I realise that Justice Jamal, with his remarkable lawful and scholarly experience and commitment to serving others, will be an important resource for our country’s most noteworthy court.”

The completely bilingual Justice Jamal was named to the Court of Appeal for Ontario in 2019 and showed up in 35 requests under the watchful eye of the Supreme Court of Canada on common, established, criminal, and administrative issues.

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