Alberta Human Rights Information Service July 4, 2014
Newly Appointed Chief of the Commission and Tribunals
The Government of Alberta has appointed Mr. Robert A. Philp, Queen's Counsel, as Chief of the Commission and Tribunals of the Alberta Human Rights Commission effective July 1, 2014. Mr. Philp received his legal training and law degree at the University of Alberta and brings to the Commission an extensive legal background and judicial experience, which include 29 years in the practice of law, nine years as an Alberta Provincial Court Judge and seven years as a Deputy Judge of the Northwest Territories, Territorial Court.
Mr. Philp has provided the following message to Albertans:
"I look forward to my tenure as Chief of the Commission and Tribunals. I thank outgoing Chief Blair Mason for all of his dedication to serving the citizens of Alberta."
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