The Life and Times of Arthur Maloney


Arthur Maloney was a charmingly complicated and skilled man who came out of the Ottawa Valley determined to make something of himself as other members of his family had done before him. By the time he died in 1984 he had been a successful criminal lawyer, a politician a social activist, and Ontario’s first Ombudsman.

Charles Pullen draws on his experience as Maloney’s articled law student in the late 1950s and his training as both lawyer and literary scholar to present a rich and fascinating account of Maloney’s busy professional and personal life.

About the Author

Charles Pullen

Posted by Dundurn Guest on December 6, 2014
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Charles Pullen

Charles Pullen is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and a Professor Emeritus at Queen's University, where he pursued a full-time career as a specialist in eighteenth-century British literature, with occasional work at the Bar.