Here's the schedule for the Osgoode (formerly Toronto) Legal History Group. Another great line-up:
January 16 - Patricia McMahon, Osler Hoskin: "The Courts and Conscription: The Case of George Edwin Gray, 1918."
January 30 - TBA
February 13 - Alain Beaulieu, Universite de Quebec a Montreal: "The Acquisition of Aboriginal Land in Canada: The Geneaology of an Ambivalent System, 1713-1867"
February 27 - Patrick Connor, York University: "Crime and Punishment in Upper Canada"
March 6 - Joan Sangster, Trent University: "Just Horseplay? Defining Masculinity in Grievance Arbitration During the Fordist Accord."
March 13 - Barry Wright, Carleton University: ""Macaulay's India Law Reforms and Labour in the Nineteenth Century British Empire"
March 27 - Brad Miller, Queen's University and UBC: "An Imperial Union: Defining & Re-Defining Marriage in the Nineteenth Century British Empire."
April 3 - David Schorr, University of Tel Aviv: "Jerusalem-Jaffa District Governor v Murra and Four Imperial Constitutionalisms"