OSGOODE SOCIETY LEGAL HISTORY WORKSHOP
FALL TERM, 2015
All sessions are at 6.30 p.m., in Northrop Frye 119. The Northrop Frye Building is immediately to the south of the main Victoria College Building, across from the law school. Museum subway stop, take the east exit. Here's a map.
Wednesday September 23 – Brian Young, McGill University: ‘Law, landed families, and intergenerational issues in nineteenth-century Quebec.’
Wednesday October 7 – Ian Kyer: ‘The Canada Deposit Insurance Act of 1967: a Federal Response to a Constitutional Quandry.’
Wednesday October 21 – Paul Craven, York University: ‘The 'Judges Clause': Judges as Labour Arbitrators, 1910-1970.’
Wednesday November 4 – David Fraser, University of Nottingham: ‘ “Honorary Protestants”: The Jewish School Question in Montreal, 1867-1997.’
(Thursday November 5 – Osgoode Society Annual Book Launch, Osgoode Hall)
Wednesday November 18 – Jacqueline Briggs, University of Toronto: ‘R. v. Jonathan: A Case in Context Study'
Wednesday December 2 – Jim Phillips, University of Toronto: ‘A History of Law in Canada, 1815-1850.’