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(New Brunswick & Queen's 1960) (21 April 1936 - 6 October 2021)

Alfred Landry was born in Robichaud, N.B., in 1936 and graduated from Barachois High School.  He studied at Assumption College in Moncton and received his B.A. degree, summa cum laude, from St. Joseph University in 1957.  He graduated from the University of Ottawa with a B. Comm. degree in 1958 and studied for two years at the U.N.B. Law School.  In 1960 he was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship and then studied law at the University of Oxford, England for three years, completed a B.A. Jurispr in 1962 and was admitted to the degree of M.A. in 1966. Judge Landry was called to the Bar in 1964.  He was senior partner of the law firm Landry & McIntyre and had practiced law for 21 years when he was appointed to the Bench in 1985. He became a supernumerary judge in 2001 and retired from the bench in 2011. On the unanimous recommendation of the New Brunswick Legislative Assembly Judge Landry was appointed Conflict of Interest Commissioner and served as such for two years between September 2013 and July 2015.

Mr. Landry was a director of Atlantic Region Canadian Council of Christians and Jews, a director of the New Brunswick Heart Foundation and Atlantic Co-Chairman of the Université de Moncton Fund Raising Campaign.  He has been a member of the Moncton Rotary Club, the N.B. Barristers’ Society, the Moncton Barristers’ Society, the Association of Insurance Attorneys, the Canadian Judges Conference, the N.B. Rhodes Scholarship Selection Committee, the Moncton Board of Trade and the Shediac Chamber of Commerce.