All Authors

  • Thomas Telfer

    Thomas Telfer is a Professor at Western University Faculty of Law.  He joined Western in 2002 from the University of Auckland, Faculty of Law where he taught for eight years. Professor Telfer’s research and teaching interests include bankruptcy law, commercial law, contracts and legal history. He has been a Visitor at the University of Toronto,… Read more »

  • Eric Tucker

    Professor Eric Tucker has been teaching at Osgoode Hall Law School since 1981 and served as Graduate Program Director from 1998 to 2001. He is interested in labour law and is involved in law reform initiatives through his participation on the board of the Injured Workers’ Consultants, a community legal clinic. He has published in… Read more »

  • Martine Valois

  • David Vanek

    David Vanek served as a Provincial Court judge from 1968 until 1989 when he retired. He was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1939, just as World War II was breaking out in Europe. During the war Vanek served in the Canadian Intelligence Corps and Field Security in England from 1943 to 1945. Upon… Read more »

  • Frederick Vaughan

    Frederick Vaughan is Professor Emeritus of political studies at University of Guelph. He was previously a Visiting Fellow at Wolfson College, Oxford and Osgoode Hall Law School. He now lives in Nova Scotia.

  • James Walker

    James Walker is Professor of History and Associate Chair of Graduate Studies at the University of Waterloo. He specializes in the history of human rights and race relations. In the 1960s he served as a CUSO volunteer with a Gandhian association in India, engaging in community development projects. While he was a graduate student in… Read more »

  • Barrington Walker

    Barrington Walker is Associate Professor in the Department of History at Queen’s University. His primary research interests are Black Canadian History, the histories of “race” and immigration. The idea for his book, Race on Trial, was born following the suspicion that hung over black men his age following a robbery in Toronto when he was… Read more »

  • David Ricardo Williams

    David Ricardo Williams worked as a lawyer in British Columbia and was also a writer of both fiction and history. His first book was a history of his parish and after this he wrote books mostly concerned with legal and political figures. Williams was called to the B.C. bar in 1949 and subsequently moved to… Read more »

  • Carol Wilton

    Carol Wilton, formerly Assistant Professor of History at Brock University, has written and edited a number of books on Canadian legal and political history. After being called to the Bar of Ontario in 2002, she worked in both legal clinics and private practice. She has been involved in many community organizations, including the Poverty Action… Read more »

  • Barry Wright

    Barry Wright is a professor in the Department of Law at Carleton University. His teaching interests are the history of criminal law and its administration, comparative colonial legal history, constitutional law and legal, social and political theory. Since joining Carleton in 1986, he has been a Visiting Fellow at the Institute of Advanced Legal Studies… Read more »