The Osgoode Society Awards honour emerging and established scholars, promote Canadian legal history
Toronto — The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History is honouring four scholars at a special ceremony on June 14, in recognition of the recent contributions they have made to furthering Canadians’ understanding of the country’s legal history. At the Osgoode Society’s Annual Meeting, the following three awards will be presented: the R. Roy McMurtry… Read more »
Moore’s History of the Ontario Court of Appeal honoured by Ontario’s Speakers Book Awards
Christopher Moore was recently honoured by being one of the finalists for Ontario Speaker Dave Levac’s Speakers Book Award. He received his medal at a ceremony held on March 7th. We congratulate Chris on this notable achievement.
Justice Robert J. Sharpe new president of the Osgoode Society
At this evening’s meeting of the board of directors of the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History, Justice Robert J. Sharpe of the Ontario Court of Appeal was elected president of the Society. While R. Roy McMurtry, the founder and of the society and its long-serving president, has decided to step down, he will not… Read more »
Osgoode Society awarded 2015 Hugh Lawford Prize for Excellence in Legal Publishing
The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History book series was the winner of the 2015 Hugh Lawford Award for Excellence in Legal Publishing awarded by the Canadian Association of Law Libraries at their annual meeting in Moncton. Congratulations to President/founder R. Roy McMurtry, editor in chief Jim Phillips, associate editor Philip Girard, and our authors past, present and… Read more »