News Huntsville Lawyer Appointed Superior Court Judge SHARE ON: Patrick Grapes, staff Tuesday Oct. 2nd, 2018 Photo of Annette Casullo from the Will Davidson LLP website A Huntsville lawyer has been named a judge. Attorney General Jody Wilson-Raybould announced Annette Casullo’s appointment to the Ontario Superior Court of Justice in Barrie on Monday. She’s replacing Justice G.M. Mulligan. Casullo is a partner at Will Davidson LLP. Born and raised in Toronto, Casullo graduated from the University of Toronto with a degree in criminology in 1992 and Queen’s University Faculty of Law in 1996. Casullo was called to the Ontario Bar in 1998 and was named a Certified Specialist in Civil Litigation by the Law Society of Ontario in 2011. She’s been a member of the Ontario Bar Association Council and was most recently a member-at-large of its Insurance Law Section Executive. Casullo was also First Vice President of the Muskoka Law Association, and a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association, the Advocates’ Society, the Simcoe County Law Association and the Orillia Law Association. She’s also active in the community, as a former board member of both the Huntsville Festival of the Arts and Reel Alternatives and volunteered at Huntsville High School’s Breakfast Program.