The Government of Saskatchewan announced the appointment of three new judges to the Provincial Court of Saskatchewan, including Mitch Miller, K.C., who was appointed to the Provincial Court in Estevan.

Miller was appointed to fill the vacancy left by Judge Michelle R. Brass, who will be transferring to Regina. James Korpan, K.C., has been appointed to the Provincial Court in Regina, and Alan Jacobson, K.C., to the Provincial Court in Swift Current.

“These judges are highly regarded, eminently qualified, and committed to the communities where they will serve,” said Justice Minister and Attorney General Bronwyn Eyre. “Today's appointments will add significant strength to Saskatchewan’s Provincial Court and ensure that it continues to provide strong, equitable access to justice across Saskatchewan.”

Miller worked in public prosecutions, was a member of the Saskatchewan Crown Attorneys’ Association and received his King’s Counsel designation in 2023. He has extensive knowledge of various areas of law, with a strong focus on criminal law, including criminal procedure and evidence.

Miller worked at SGI in various legal roles from 1994 until 2008. In early 2009, he joined the Ministry of Justice and Attorney General’s Public Prosecutions area, where he worked as senior Crown counsel and became associate regional Crown in Regina in 2017.