All Authors

  • Christopher Moore

    Christopher Moore is a full time writer of Canadian history and  over several decades he has brought Canadian history to adults and children in many media forms. He maintains a substantial ‘sideline’ in legal history as the author of four legal histories. from 1998 to 2011 he wrote a legal history column for the Law… Read more »

  • William George Morrow

    William George Morrow, LL.B. (Alberta, 1939), practised law in Edmonton for some 20 years before he first travelled to the North West territories to act as volunteer defence counsel in 1960. In 1966 he was appointed a judge of the Territorial Court of the Northwest Territories, and over the next decade travelled some 50,000 kilometres… Read more »

  • James W. Muir

    James Muir is an Assistant Professor at the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law, as well as the university’s Department of History and Classics. He researches and teaches in the areas of law and colonialism in Canada, British Imperial history, as well as employment and Labour law history. His research has looked at Nova Scotia,… Read more »

  • David Murray

    David Murray is Professor Emeritus with the University of Guelph. Before his retirement, Professor Murray was, from 1967, a member of the university’s Faculty of History. Professor Murray has also been a Resident Historian at the Department of External Affairs (1971-1972), and Dean of the College of Arts at the University of Guelph (1980-1992). His… Read more »

  • Brendan O’Brien

    The late Brendan O’Brien was a distinguished lawyer whose years of practice focused mainly on civil litigation. His career spanned six decades, beginning with his graduation from Osgoode Hall (1932). Mr. O’Brien began as a junior with the firm of Phelan and Richardson, rising to become a Senior partner before the firm’s merger with Aylesworth… Read more »

  • Peter Oliver

    Professor Oliver was a Professor of History at York University for over 40 years, beginning as a full time lecturer in 1965. His work focused mainly on the political and legal history of Ontario in the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as correctional history and penology. He was noted for his work on a… Read more »

  • Jim Phillips

    Jim Phillips is Professor of Law, History and Criminology at the University of Toronto, and editor-in-chief of the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History. He was law clerk to Madame Justice Bertha Wilson of the Supreme Court of Canada (1987-1988) before joining the University of Toronto. He has published numerous articles on British imperial history… Read more »

  • Richard W. Pound

    Richard Pound is a partner in the Montréal office of Stikeman Elliott and member of the firm’s Tax Group. His main areas of practice include tax litigation and negotiations with tax authorities on behalf of clients, in addition to general tax advisory work and commercial arbitration. He is a member of the Quebec and Ontario… Read more »

  • Ian Radforth

    Ian Radforth is professor emeritus in the Department of History, University of Toronto, where he taught Canadian history for thirty years. He is the author of two books published since his retirement: Jeannie’s Demise: Abortion on Trial in Victorian Toronto and Expressive Acts: Celebrations and Demonstrations in the Streets of Victorian Toronto. He is currently writing a… Read more »

  • Robert Raizenne

    Robert Raizenne has extensive experience in a wide variety of transactions and tax planning matters, including cross-border and domestic mergers and acquisitions, corporate reorganizations and restructurings, corporate finance, international tax and trusts. He is also an experienced tax litigator. Robert is an adjunct professor of tax law at McGill University’s Faculty of Law and the… Read more »