Wednesday, January 9, 2019

Osgoode Society Legal History Workshop, Winter Term

Via our friends at the Canadian Legal History Blog, we have the Winter Term lineup for the Osgoode Society Legal History Workshop:
Wednesday January 16: Nicholas Rogers, York University: 'Murder on the Middle Passage: The trial of Captain Kimber 1792' 
Wednesday January 30: Philip Girard, Osgoode Hall Law School: ‘American Influences, Canadian Realities: The Rise and Fall of the Harvard Law Model in Canadian Legal Education’ 
Wednesday February 13: Jackson Tait, Osgoode Hall Law School: 'In Search of the Lex Mercatoria: Canadian Legal Interpretation of Atlantic Marine Insurance Contracts, 1860 - 1924' 
Wednesday February 27: Eric Reiter, Concordia University: ‘Robinson v. CPR (1882-92): Law, Society and Wrongful Death in Quebec’ [tentative title] 
Wednesday March 13: Mark Walters, McGill Law School: ‘The Quebec Act and the Covenant Chain: How Crown-Indigenous Treaty Relationships Shaped Imperial Constitutional Design’ 
Wednesday March 27: Colin Grittner, University of British Columbia: ‘Elective Legislative Councils and the Privileges of Property across Mid-Nineteenth-Century British North America’ 
Wednesday April 3: Patricia McMahon, Torys: TBA

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