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