All Authors

  • Beverley Boissery

    Beverley Boissery is a independent historian and an author. She has written eleven books ranging from academic history to young adult fiction. In the 1960s she worked as an elementary school teacher and then went back to school in the 1970s to earn her Bachelor’s degree and Doctorate. She has been a scholar-in-residence at Regent… Read more »

  • J. Patrick Boyer

    J. Patrick Boyer is the president of Blue Butterfly Books, an independent Canadian fiction and non-fiction publisher. He has written numerous books on law and public policy, and has also served on the national council of The Writers’ Union of Canada. Mr. Boyer has worked as an adjunct professor in the Department of Political Science… Read more »

  • Dale Brawn

    Dale Brawn is an Associate Professor in the Department of Law and Justice at Laurentian University. He teaches many legal courses including: Public Lw, Environmental Law, Property Law, Labour Law, Rights and Law, Great Trials, and Racism & Law. See also: Laurentian University Department of Law and Justice. Dr. Brawn can be reached at dbrawn@laurentian.ca.

  • Patrick Brode

    Patrick Brode is a Senior Legal Counsel for the City of Windsor in the areas of labour law, civil litigation and expropriation. He has also acted as a Sessional Lecturer at the Windsor Law Faculty in labour arbitration, legal history and municipal law as well as a Sessional Lecturer in the Department of History at… Read more »

  • R. Blake Brown

    R. Blake Brown is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at Saint Mary’s University, and an Adjunct Research Associate at Dalhousie Law School. Professor Brown researches and teaches in the areas of modern Canadian history, legal history and the history of Atlantic Canada. Professor Brown has been the Fulbright Visiting Research Chair and… Read more »

  • Desmond H. Brown

    Desmond Brown is Professor Emeritus in the Department of History and Classics at the University of Alberta. His research and teaching focused on the history of Canadian criminal justice and he has written extensively on the history of criminal law in Britain and Canada. Dr. Brown has also done extensive scholarly consultation work. He has… Read more »

  • Andrew Buck

    Andrew R. Buck is Visiting Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor. He was formerly the Associate Dean (Strategic Development) in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences at the Australian Catholic University. He was previously the Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Arts at Macquarie University, and the Director of… Read more »

  • Ian Bushnell

    Ian Bushnell is a legal scholar and was a Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Windsor. His book, The Captive Court: A Study of the Supreme Court of Canada, was a finalist for the 1995 Foundation for Legal Research Walter Owen Book Prize.

  • J. Barry Cahill

    Barry Cahill is an independent historian focusing on Atlantic Canada. He has written numerous historical pieces on the region’s legal history, including the legal profession, the judiciary, and blacks and the. He has also written extensively on religious history, with a focus on Canadian Presbyterianism. He is also a former editor of the Nova Scotia… Read more »

  • Lori Chambers

    Lori Chambers is a professor in the department of Women’s Studies at Lakehead University and is the current Undergraduate Chair of the department as well as a member of the Senate. She teaches in the areas of feminist theory, queer studies and women’s legal history and contemporary legal issues. Professor Chambers research focuses on the… Read more »