Urie, John J. was born on January 2, 1920 in Guelph, Ontario.
Queen's University (Bachelor of Commerce, 1941). Osgoode Hall Law School (Bachelor of Laws, 1948).
Worked at Scott & Aylen (Ottawa, ON) specializing in General Practice. Business and Realty Law and Tax. Securities and Real Estate Syndications, Civil Litigation, Administrative Law and Public Utilities Regulation.
Patent, Trademark and Copyright Counsel and Agents. Admitted to the bar, 1948, Ontario. Justice, Federal Court of Appeal, 1973-1990.
Member: Canadian Bar Association. Canadian Judges Conference. Scott and Aylen is a full service law firm which was established in Ottawa in 1952 and expanded to an office in Toronto in 1986.
The firm is representative of four generations of practitioners in Ontario with present members representing fourth and fifth generation lawyers practicing in communities of Ontario. At present the firm is full service in character with particular focus on civil and criminal litigation, intellectual property, real estate, estate, corporate commercial and securities law, employment law, and family law, with a strong emphasis on public and administrative law. The firm offers services in both official languages (English and French) and is equipped to try cases and offer advice and general legal services in either or both languages.
The firm's commitment based on its mix of traditional values and contemporary instincts is to provide a full range of services in a highly professional manner in accordance with the client's expectations and at reasonable cost.
Member: Canadian Bar Association. Canadian Judges Conference.