Bertha Wilson, Canada, law, justice, legal profession, Democratic Intellect, jurisprudence
It is a great honour to have been asked to provide an essay for this volume of reflections on the contribution Madame Justice Bertha Wilson has made to the development of law in Canada. To a certain extent, this is a matter of pride in finding my own name associated with that of the very learned and respected individuals who have set out their thoughts in this collection of articles. In the main, however, the honour comes from the opportunity to make a public statement of my own respect and admiration for Madame Justice Wilson and the significant role that she has played in our law and in our society.
Philip L. Bryden, "The Democratic Intellect: The State in the Work of Madame Justice Wilson" (1992) 15:1 Dal LJ 65.