LCol Louis-Vincent d'Auteuil, CD

Lieutenant-Colonel d’ Auteuil, CD, originally from Sept-Iles, Quebec, has a degree from the Faculty of Law of the University of Montreal and has been called to the Bar of the Province of Quebec in 1989. In May 1988, he enrolled in the Régiment Les Fusiliers Mont-Royal, a Canadian Armed Forces militia unit. He held a variety of positions as an infantry officer. In 1991, because of a geographical move for his civilian employment, he was seconded to HMCS Jolliet, a Naval Reserve Unit based in Sept-Iles. In February 1994, he was officially transferred to this unit as a naval administrative officer. In February 1995, he joined the regular force as a military lawyer in the office of the Judge Advocate General in Ottawa. He worked in the Directorate of Law/Claims and then in the Directorate of Law/Advisory. In July 1996, he assumed the position of the Deputy Judge Advocate at the office of the Assistant Judge Advocate General, Eastern Region, at the Canadian Forces Base Montreal. He was promoted to the rank of Major in April 1998. In August 1998, he was the first to hold the position of Regional Military Prosecutor for Eastern Region in the Office of the Director of Military Prosecutions at the Canadian Forces Base Valcartier. In August 2001, he held the position of Director of Law/Military Justice Policy & Research 2. He was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel on 13 August 2004. He obtained a Master Degree in Criminal Law from the Faculty of Law of the University of Ottawa in 2004. He was then posted to the position of Assistant Judge Advocate General (AJAG) for Eastern Region, located at the Montreal Garrison.

Pursuant to section 165.21 of the National Defence Act the Government of Canada announced the appointment of Lieutenant-Colonel Louis-Vincent d’ Auteuil, as a military judge on 18 May 2006.

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