The Honourable Mr Justice GRAEME MEW was appointed to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in December 2013. Previously, he practised as an advocate, arbitrator and mediator in Toronto with Clyde & Co and in London as a member of Chambers at Four New Square. He holds law degrees from Kingston University (UK) and from the University of Windsor (Canada). He was a member of the Bars of England & Wales (Middle Temple, 1982), Ontario (1987) and British Columbia (2010). His practice concentrated on civil litigation, insurance law, commerical arbitration and mediation and sports disputes. He is the author of The Law of Limitations, published by LexisNexis, currently in its third edition. He has been a judicial and appeals officer for World Rugby since 2001 and a member of World Rugby’s Anti-Doping Advisory Committee since its establishment in 2000. He was a member the ad hoc panels of the Court of Arbitration for Sport at the Commonwealth Games in 2010 (New Delhi) and the Olympic Games in 2012 (London). He was President of the Commonwealth Lawyers Association from 2005-7 and currently serves as a director of the Sport Dispute Resolution Centre of Canada and the Ontario Superior Court Judges’ Association. Mr Justice Mew is a Bencher of the Honourable Society of the Middle Temple.
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