Linda Yang

AssociateFulton and Company Law CorporationLitigation & Dispute Resolution

As part of Fulton Vancouver’s Realization Team, Linda represents both institutional and private lenders in foreclosure and insolvency proceedings. She has appeared in court numerous times on matters of mortgage enforcement, debt collection, bankruptcy and insolvency. Prior to joining Fulton, Linda completed her articles and worked as an associate at a national law firm. Being an immigrant to Canada as a child and having completed a unique legal fellowship abroad with International Justice Mission, Linda deftly navigates different cultural backgrounds and is fluent in Mandarin and speaks conversational Cantonese and French.

Approachable and easy to talk to, Linda has engaged in extensive social justice volunteer work in and outside Canada. Her global perspective adds invaluable insight to her legal work, as she provides practical and creative recommendations to her clients and helps them achieve their best results.

As part of Fulton Vancouver’s Realization Team, Linda represents both institutional and private lenders in foreclosure and insolvency proceedings. She has appeared in court numerous times on matters of mortgage enforcement, debt collection, bankruptcy and insolvency. Prior to joining Fulton, Linda completed her articles and worked as an associate at a national law firm.

Being an immigrant to Canada as a child and having completed a unique legal fellowship abroad with International Justice Mission, Linda deftly navigates different cultural backgrounds. Family and friends are of great importance to her, and you’ll often find her organizing social events to bring people together. Linda is fluent in Mandarin and speaks conversational Cantonese and French.

Education

  • Dalhousie University, Schulich School of Law, 2014 (Halifax, NS)
  • Bucerius Law School, Certificate in International and Comparative Business Law, 2013 (Hamburg, Germany)
  • Queen’s University, Faculty of Law, Bader International Study Centre, Certificate in Public International Law, 2012 (Herstmonceux, Hailsham, England)
  • University of British Columbia, BA with Co-op, 2011 (Vancouver, BC)

Bar Admission

  • British Columbia, 2015

Experience

  • Co-author, “At the Intersection: A Conversation with Three Lawyers about Legal Practice, Purpose and Their Pursuit of Passion”, The Advocate, Vol. 77 Part 3, May 2019, pp. 343-350.
  • Author, “Ending Online Sexual Exploitation of Children: A Canadian Lawyer in the Philippines”, Presentation, International Human Rights and Humanitarian Law Panel, International Law at a Crossroads: A Conference on the Theory and Practice of International Law, Queen’s University Faculty of Law, Bader International Study Centre, Herstmonceux Castle, Hailsham, East Sussex, England, 30 May 2019.
  • Author, “5 Tips for Dealing with Self-Represented Litigants”, American Bar Association, December 2017 (online).
  • Co-author, “The Duties of Loyalty and Confidentiality, Civil Litigation Basics – 2015 Update Paper 6.2”, Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (originally prepared by G. Ross Switzer of Borden Ladner Gervais LLP in November 2012), March 2015.
  • Great Canadian Gaming Corporation v. British Columbia Lottery Corporation, 2016 BCSC 101 (CanLII),
  • Garcia v. Tahoe Resources Inc., 2017 BCCA 39 (CanLII),

Associations

  • Board Member, New Hope Community Services Society
  • Board Member, Dalit Freedom Network Canada
  • Member and Legacy Board Member, Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers BC
  • Founding Officer, Federation of Asian Canadian Lawyers Atlantic