All Authors

  • John D. Honsberger

    Mr. Honsberger combines the practice of law, which is focused on bankruptcy and insolvency law, with writing in different areas of law, including its history and the legal profession. He was the founding and only editor of the Law Society of Upper Canada Gazette. In 1985 he was a first recipient of the Law Society… Read more »

  • William Kaplan

    William Kaplan, currently in private practice in Toronto, was a professor at the University of Ottawa Law School from 1989 to 2001. He has been recognized for his work in arbitration and mediation. He is a recipient of Law Society Medal from the Law Society of Upper Canada (1999) for his contributions to the legal… Read more »

  • Fred Kaufman

    The Honourable Fred Kaufman is a distinguished figure in Canadian law. In 1992, Mr. Kaufman was appointed Member of the Order of Canada. He is a special Fellow of the Academy of Humanities and Social Sciences of the Royal Society of Canada and an Honorary Life Member of the Canadian Judges Conference. Mr. Kaufman was… Read more »

  • C. Ian Kyer

    Dr. Kyer practices information technology law at RPM Technologies. He has been ranked as one of the leading 500 Lawyers in Canada by the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory. For several years he has been listed in the International Who’s Who of Internet and E-commerce Lawyers. He has also been rated twice as one of the… Read more »

  • Susan Lewthwaite

    Susan Lewthwaite is now retired. She worked previously as the Research Coordinator at the Law Society of Upper Canada Archives, and as an instructor at Woodsworth College, University of Toronto, and at Ryerson University  

  • Tina Loo

    Professor Tina Loo teaches at the University of British Columbia where she is the Canada Research Chair in Environmental History. From 1997 to 1998 she was Seagram Chair of Canadian Studies at the McGill Institute for Canadian Studies. Professor Loo taught at Simon Fraser University before joining the Department of History at the University of… Read more »

  • Marion MacRae

    Marion MacRae was a leading architectural and design historian known particularly for series of books on the history of architecture in Ontario written in collaboration with Anthony Adamson: The Ancestral Roof, Hallowed Walls, and Cornerstones Of Order. For her work on these books Ms. MacRae was awarded a Governor General’s Literary Award (1975), a Lieutenant… Read more »

  • Greg Marquis

    Dr. Marquis is a professor at the Department of History and Politics at the University of New Brunswick. He  is prolific scholar, interested in the area of Canadian and criminal justice history, social history of crime, history of policing, history of alcohol control, and other areas of history of law enforcement. Dr. Marquis is on… Read more »

  • A. B. (Brian) McKillop

    Alexander Brian McKillop is a Chancellor’s Professor at Carleton University and the former Chair of the Department of History (2005-2009). His research interests are focussed on intellectual and cultural history, including religion, higher education, elite and popular culture, cultural production and expression, and historiography, as well as the biography of Pierre Berton. Professor McKillop has… Read more »

  • John McLaren

    John McLaren is a Professor Emeritus of the University of Victoria Law School and one of Canada’s foremost legal historians. A prolific author, scholar, and educator, McLaren’s research focusses mostly on comparative colonial law, social justice, cultural diversity, religion, and public morality in the context of legal history. His interest is particularly in contested interpretations… Read more »