Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal
The Court of Appeal is the highest court in the province.
Generally, the Court hears appeals from the Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island in all matters and the provincial court in some criminal matters. It also hears appeals and reviews from provincial administrative boards and tribunals and addresses references from Executive Council and some provincial administrative boards and tribunals.
The Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal is constituted by the Judicature Act, R.S.P.E.I. 1988, Cap. J-2.1. This Act provides for a Chief Justice and two other justices, as well as supernumerary justices.
The members of the Court are: The Honourable David H. Jenkins, Chief Justice of Prince Edward Island and Chief Justice of the Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal, The Honourable Michele M. Murphy and The Honourable John K. Mitchell, Justices of the Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal. View CVs
Location of the Prince Edward Island Court of Appeal
Sir Louis Henry Davies Law Courts Building
42 Water Street, Charlottetown