Professor Paul Finkelman, well-known as a leading US legal historian, is in Toronto next week for another purpose, and Jim Phillips has arranged for him to give a paper at the U of T law school.
His seminar will be held on Thursday February 6, at 12.15 pm.
Seminar Room 3, Falconer Hall, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto
The title is Frederick Douglas's Constitution: From Garrisonian Abolitionist to Lincoln Republican.
Anyone not on the Osgoode Society Legal History Workshop listserv who would like to attend should email Jim for a copy of the paper.