Appointment of Judge of the Court of Appeal
Tuesday, 11 September 2001 Media Statement
Judge of the Court of Appeal
Wilson today announced the appointment of Hon Noel Anderson,
of Auckland, to be a judge of the Court of Appeal. The
appointment will take effect on 13 September 2001.
Anderson was appointed to the High Court in 1987 and has
been a resident Judge in Auckland for the last 10 years.
Prior to that he presided for four years in the High Court
He became Senior Judge in Auckland three
years ago and was appointed Executive Judge in August 2000.
Justice Anderson was admitted to the Bar in 1967 and was
a principal of the firm McKegg and Adams-Smith. He
commenced practice as a barrister sole in 1972. He was
appointed a Queen's Counsel in 1986.
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