Former Justice Allen Linden '60 Remembered
Lawyers who knew a retired Federal Court of Appeal judge who died in late August remembered him as a brilliant legal scholar and a deeply caring person.
Colleagues and friends lauded Allen Linden as a pioneer of Canadian tort law, who taught internationally and wrote extensively. “A legacy of achievements can be attributable to one’s inherent wisdom or amicable humour or relentless passion or a range of other character traits,” says University of Ottawa law professor Jeremy de Beer, who served as Linden’s law clerk between 2001 and 2002.
"Former Justice Allen Linden '60 Remembered."
(05 September 2017):