Canada Controversial former judge Robin Camp to ask to be reinstated as Alberta lawyer at Calgary hearing

19:02  14 november  2017
19:02  14 november  2017 Source:   CBC

Disgraced ex-judge Robin Camp said he's learned his lesson

  Disgraced ex-judge Robin Camp said he's learned his lesson Saying he’s a changed man since questioning the conduct of a sexual-assault complainant, former judge Robin Camp said Tuesday he should be allowed to return to life as a lawyer. Camp, who resigned as a federal judge last March in the face of expulsion for asking a 19-year-old woman in 2014 why she didn’t “keep […]Saying he’s a changed man since questioning the conduct of a sexual-assault complainant, former judge Robin Camp said Tuesday he should be allowed to return to life as a lawyer.

Share. Former judge Robin Camp is applying for reinstatement as a lawyer in Alberta . Justice Robin Camp enters a Canadian Judicial Council hearing in Calgary , Alta on Wednesday September 7, 2016.

The controversial former judge who asked why a woman didn’t keep her knees together to prevent an alleged rape wants to practise law again in Alberta . The Law Society of Alberta has scheduled a reinstatement hearing for Robin Camp later this month.

Controversial former judge Robin Camp to ask to be reinstated as Alberta lawyer at Calgary hearing© Jeff McIntosh/Canadian Press Controversial former judge Robin Camp to ask to be reinstated as Alberta lawyer at Calgary hearing

A former judge who resigned over his treatment of a sexual assault complainant is to make his case today for why he should be allowed to practise law again.

The Law Society of Alberta is to hold a day-long reinstatement hearing for Robin Camp in Calgary.

Camp stepped down from Federal Court in March following a Canadian Judicial Council recommendation that he be removed from the bench.

Court transcripts from the 2014 sexual assault trial show that Camp — a provincial court judge in Calgary at the time — called the complainant "the accused" numerous times.

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A former judge who resigned over his treatment of a sexual assault complainant is to make his case today for why he should be allowed to practise law again. The Law Society of Alberta is to hold a day-long reinstatement hearing for Robin Camp in Calgary .

CALGARY – A former judge who resigned over his treatment of a sexual assault complainant is to make his case today for why he should be allowed to practise law again. The Law Society of Alberta is to hold a day-long reinstatement hearing for Robin Camp in Calgary .

They show he asked the young woman why she didn't resist by keeping her knees together.

Camp found the accused, Alexander Wagar, not guilty, but the Appeal Court ordered a new trial that resulted in him being acquitted for a second time.

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