University of Toronto, B.A. 1961; Osgoode Hall Law School, LL.B. 1964 and LL.M. 1966
Calls to the Ontario and Manitoba Bars in 1966 and 1970, respectively. Q.C., Manitoba, 1985.
All at the Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada: Asst. Prof. 1966-70; Chairman of the Law Admissions Committee, 1967-79 and 1989-2006; Asst. to the Dean, 1969-79; Member, Man. Law School Foundation, 1969-2005, when the Foundation was wound up and Chairman 1996-2005; Assoc. Prof. 1970-74; Professor, 1974-2006; Member, Tenure and Promotions Committee, 1977-82; Director of Legal Research Institute, 1978-79 and 1984-88; Member, Dean’s Search Committee 1979 and 2010; Chairman of the Senate Admissions Appeals Committee, 1979-82; Director of the Archive of Manitoba Legal History, 1979-96; Chairman, Building Committee, 1979-90; Chairman of the Examinations Committee 1989-2000; Chairman of the Bursaries (sub. the Student Affairs) Committee, 1989-2006; University of Manitoba Conciliator, 1990-96; Associate Dean, 1989-2005. Retired full-time, 2006, Professor Emeritus, continuing part-time, teaching Agency & Partnership and Private International Law, to date.
Univ. of Manitoba, Continuing Education Division, Law for the Layman, approx. 1968-78; Real Estate Institute of Canada, Real Estate Law, approx. 1968-78; Univ. of Manitoba, Dept. of City Planning, Intro. to Law and Local Gov’t, approx. 1968-97; Univ. of Manitoba, Natural Resource Institute, Natural Resource Administration and Law, approx. 1970-1990; Univ. of Manitoba, Faculty of Admin. Studies, Commercial Law, approx. 1979-89; International Right of Way Assoc. and the Appraisal Institute of Canada, Real Estate Law, from time to time, approx. 1979-90.
Some might say that my singular contribution to legal scholarship is The Significance of Punctuation in Statutory Interpretation, (1971) 4 Man. L.J. 354. In any event, in addition to the foregoing I have had published a booklet on Municipal Law, 10 casebooks for internal use by students of the Faculty of Law and the Bar Admission Course of the Law Society of Manitoba, 20 reports or briefs for government departments and agencies, over 50 articles and comments and 27 book reviews in various law journals, a few newspaper articles, and more than 240 reasons for judgment of the Manitoba Land Value Appraisal Commission, more than 130 of which are published in the Land Compensation Reports.