Born October 7,1934 in Toronto, Ontario. Education at University of Toronto;
Osgoode Hall Law School and University of California at Berkeley. Called to
the Ontario Bar, 1960. Associated with Levinter, Grossberg, Dryden & Co., 1958-61.
Professor of Law, Osgoode Hall Law School, 1961-78. Appointed Queen's Counsel, 1974. President of Law Reform Commission of Canada 1983-90. Author: Report of the Osgoode Hall Study on Compensation for Victims of Automobile Accidents, 1965; The Canadian Judiciary, 1976; La responsabilité civile délictuelle, 1988 and Canadian Tort Law, 6th ed., 1997. Co-author, Canadian Tort Law: Cases. Notes and Materials, 11th ed., 1999. Appointed Judge of the Supreme Court of Ontario, February 1978 and Judge of the Federal Court of Canada, Appeal Division and ex officio member of the Trial Division, July 1990. Appointed Judge of the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada, January 24, 1991. Supernumerary Judge since January 7, 2000. Since July 2, 2003, the date of the coming into force of the Courts Administration Service Act, Supernumerary Judge of the Federal Court of Appeal. Address: Federal Court of Appeal, Ottawa, Ontario, K1A 0H9.