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Sunday, June 5, 2016

Baker wins CLSA-ACDS article prize

Congratulations to Professor G. Blaine Baker, of the McGill Faculty of Law and University of Toronto Faculty of Law for his latest prize!

Among the prizes awarded at the annual meeting of the Canadian Law and Society Association/Association Canadienne Droit et Société  held in Calgary last week, was the prize for the best English-Language article to appear in the Canadian Journal of Law and Society in 2015.

The prize was won by Blaine Baker for “Testamentary Archeology in Late-Victorian Ontario: William Martin's Little, Posthumous Legal System,”  which appeared in volume 30, issue 3.

Toronto blog readers may recall that Blaine presented a draft of the paper to the Osgoode Society Legal History Workshop.

Congratulations, Blaine!

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