- 1968-1992; (predominant 1977-1992) (Creation)
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0.8 m of textual records (4 boxes)
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The University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review is one of the oldest student legal journals in Canada. First published in 1942 under the name School of Law Review, it was a record of student life and times in the faculty. In the 1950s, the Law Review began to professionalize, moving from a student newspaper to a forum for intellectual debate by students about the law.
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Records documenting various aspects of the University of Toronto Law Review including production, advertising, editing, distribution and finances. Includes financial records, correspondence, applications and papers submitted for review, account lists, distribution lists, memos and notes.
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Editorial case files and applications for editor restricted for 30 years from the latest date of file activity.
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No finding aid.