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Friday, September 23, 2016

Doug Hay elected fellow of the Royal Society of Canada

The Osgoode Society congratulates Doug Hay on his recent election as a fellow of the Royal Society of Canada. A very well deserved honour.

The entire announcement is well worth reading. Among other things, it says:

Douglas Hay has made a unique contribution both to the legal historiography of England and its former colonies and, more broadly, to interdisciplinary socio-legal scholarship in Canada. He combines a comprehensive approach to source materials with innovative methodology and a broad understanding of law’s relationship to society. A prolific scholar, enthusiastic collaborator and generous mentor, he has influenced countless colleagues, students and professional peers in both law and history.

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