Thursday, July 06, 2017

A little legal history this fall

The Law Society of Upper Canada will host a Canada150 legal history,event, "Lawyers and Canada at 150," at Osgoode Hall in Toronto, September 27.  Speakers will include me, plus many luminaries of legal scholarship, and while admission is free, seating is limited and tickets required. Full program is here.
The Law Society will mark Canada’s 150th birthday with a special event highlighting the role of lawyers in making the Constitution and in the development of the inclusive society we are committed to building. The program will feature two panels; the first panel will speak to the role of lawyers in the making of the Constitution in 1867 and beyond and the second panel will examine the careers of visionary lawyers who, from the causes they pursued and the careers they built, were ahead of their time.
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