All Authors

  • 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 adoption,… Read more »

  • Suzanne Chiodo

    Suzanne Chiodo is a doctoral candidate in Law at Oriel College, Oxford University. She also completed her undergraduate degree in Modern History at Oxford. Before beginning her doctorate in October 2017, Suzanne was a class actions lawyer at Rochon Genova LLP in Toronto. She completed her LLM in December 2016, supported by funding from the… Read more »

  • Dominique Clement

    Dominique Clément is a Professor in the Department of Sociology at the University of Alberta and a member of the Royal Society of Canada (CNSAS). He is the author of Canada’s Rights Revolution, Equality Deferred, Human Rights in Canada, and Debating Rights Inflation. He is also the co-editor for Alberta’s Human Rights Story and Debating Dissent. Clément has been a Visiting Scholar in… Read more »

  • Paul Craven

    Paul Craven-(B.A. (Hons.), M.A., Ph.D., University of Toronto; C.S.C.L, Osgoode Hall Law School) Paul Craven is a retired York University professor who practices as a labour arbitrator and mediator in Ontario. He has published books and scholarly articles on labour relations and economic history as well as legal history.

  • Christopher English

    Dr. English was a Professor in the Department of History at Memorial University in Newfoundland, with a focus on legal history. In 1997 he created and served as Coordinator of the Interdisciplinary Minor Program in Law and Society at Memorial University. He is now an Honorary Research Professor in the Department of History at Memorial…. Read more »

  • Lesley Erickson

    Lesley Erickson is a historian and editor living in Vancouver, British Columbia. Her educational history includes receiving a Ph.D. in Canadian history and legal history from the University of Calgary in 2003, and a master’s degree in publishing from Simon Fraser University in 2007. She is currently an editor with the University of British Columbia… Read more »

  • George Finlayson

    The Honourable George D. Finlayson 1928-2008. Esq., Q.C., LL.B., LL.D The Honourable George D. Finlayson was born in Winnipeg, MB in 1928. He started his post-secondary education in a pre-med program; however, after the first year he enrolled in an Honours Arts program at the University of Toronto. He graduated in 1949 with a Pass… Read more »

  • David H. Flaherty

    Between 1965 and 1999 David Flaherty taught at Princeton University, the University of Virginia, and, principally, the University of Western Ontario where he taught law and history. While at the University of Western Ontario (1972-1999), he was the first director of the Centre for American Studies. He is now a Professor Emeritus. David Flaherty has… Read more »

  • Hamar Foster

    Professor Foster joined the University of Victoria Faculty of Law in 1978. He was promoted to Professor in 1993 and was Associate Dean from 1998 to 2000. Before joining the Faculty of Law, he was a Commonwealth Scholar and Woodrow Wilson Fellow from 1970 to 1971, and served as a law clerk to the Chief… Read more »