File B20200008/004M - 13th Colloquium on the Legal Profession - Lawyers, Legends, Legacies and Lessons from Ontario Legal History - Day 2

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UTA 1294-B2008-0033, B2014-0029, B2020-0008-9-B20200008/004M


13th Colloquium on the Legal Profession - Lawyers, Legends, Legacies and Lessons from Ontario Legal History - Day 2


  • November 2 2010 (Creation)

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2 DVDs

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These are recordings of day two of the Colloquium that took place at University of Toronto. The first session on disc 1 includes a session on the Archaelogy of Legal Proceedings: In Search of Professionalism. Session is introduced by Martin Friedland and includes talks by Lawyer Patricia McMahon and Judge Robert Sharpe who disucss the "Persons Case". In also includes Jim Phillips of the University of Toronto Law School discussing the history of the Manitoba Fisheries Case. Session is commented by Bruce Elman, Dean of the University of Windsor, Faculty of Law. Disc 2 contains the Goodman Lecture by Chief Justice Roy McMurtry. An interview wiht McMurtry about the importance of the history of law is imbedded in the proceddings.

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Production Credit: Chief Justice of Ontario's Advisory Committee on Professionalism

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