Jim Phillips sent around the tentative fall schedule for the Osgoode Society Legal History Group a few days ago. As you can see, there are several spots available. If you are an academic of whatever discipline who is going to be in the Toronto area on one of those dates, and have a paper you would like to present, please email Jim at email@example.com. Note that the subject has to be legal history, or at least legal-ish history, but of any time period and geographic area. Location to be confirmed--probably Victoria College again. Time 6:30 p.m.
This is what we have so far:
Wednesday September 10 - Ian Kyer, "Equity and the Private Sector Service Provider: The Battle between the City of Toronto and the Toronto Railway Company in the Privy Council"
Wednesday September 24 - Available
Wednesday October 1 - Available
Wednesday October 15 - Sam McLean, King's College, London: "Courts-Martial and the Creation of the Early-Modern Royal Navy"
Wednesday October 29 - Joseph Dunlop, University of Toronto: "The Catholic Legislator in a Pluralistic Society: From Pierre Trudeau to Paul Martin."
November 5 - Reading Week
Wednesday November 12 - Philip Girard, Osgoode Hall Law School: "A History of Law in Canada, 1750-1815"
Wednesday November 26 - Jim Phillips, University of Toronto: "A History of Law in Canada, 1815-1850"
Wednesday December 10 - Available