Bruce Preston’s career with the Federal Courts in Toronto spanned three decades. Prior to retiring, Bruce held a quasi-judicial post with the Federal Court of Appeal. He is the Vice Chair of the Board of Directors for the International Justice Partnership and a member of the York Collegium for Practical Ethics. Bruce is an expert in caseflow management and has ten years of international justice reform experience, working on initiatives relating to caseflow management, records management, judicial case management, and scheduling with Judges and Court Administrators in Ghana and Jamaica. As part of these initiatives he developed a records management system for the Parish Courts in Jamaica. Recently, Bruce spoke at the Barbados Bar Association Conference on the topic of E-Registries: Beyond efficiency, and participated on a panel discussion at the Witness Care Conference, hosted by the Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions, at the University of West Indies in Kingston Jamaica. He has a Master’s degree specializing in Judicial Administration and has completed courses related to alternative dispute resolution, decision-writing, negotiation and running a fair hearing.