Cameron Gunn was appointed a judge of the Provincial Court of New Brunswick in 2019 and sits in Fredericton. Before his appointment, he was a prosecutor with Public Prosecution Services of New Brunswick and was the first Appeals and Education Counsel for that service. He has appeared as counsel at all levels of court, including the Supreme Court of Canada, and immediately prior to his appointment he was the executive director of prosecutions in New Brunswick. He chronicled his attempt to live Ben Franklin’s 13 virtues in BEN & ME: From Temperance to Humility—Stumbling Through Ben Franklin’s Thirteen Virtues, One Unvirtuous Day at a Time (New York: Penguin Publishing Group, 2010). He has also written for Reader’s Digest and Ben Franklin Circles (a joint venture of Stanford University, the Hoover Foundation, and 92NY). He was a part-time lecturer in criminal law at the University of New Brunswick Faculty of Law and created a popular course for upper-year students on the prosecution and defence of homicides. He has been dedicated throughout his career to continuing legal education and has lectured and written for various organizations, including the Federation of Law Societies National Criminal Law Program, the National Judicial Institute, and the Canadian Association of Provincial Court Judges.