Linda V Mundell

Linda V Mundell

Port Moody, British Columbia, Canada

Linda Mundell earned her Bachelor of Laws degree in 1991 from the University of Alberta, receiving the Governor General’s Bronze Medal.  This was the second degree and career for Ms Mundell, who had previously been an elementary school teacher.

Ms Mundell was called to the Alberta Bar in 1992 and in 1993 started the Master’s degree program at the University of British Columbia.  Her focus at UBC was elder law.  Ms Mundell was called to the British Columbia Bar in 1995. 

Ms Mundell’s sole practice is the area of child protection with relation to the Ministry of Children and Family Development.  Ms Mundell works closely with her clients and the Ministry of Children and Family Development to resolve the legal issues and reach an agreement in the best interest of the children.  Ms  Mundell provided supportive and practical advise to her clients to facilitate resolution of these matters.

Ms Mundell has volunteered extensively, providing legal advice at various clinics including women’s transition homes, senior’s law clinics and the North Vancouver Legal Services Society.  Ms Mundell also acts on a pro bono basis for clients who are unable to obtain assistance form the Legal services Society.