• 2021-2022 Events

    As in 2020-2021 we will be putting on a number of events. They will all be held over ZOOM, starting at 5.30 and ending at the latest at 7.00

     

    Wednesday October 20 – Professor Eric Adams, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, will speak about his work on the cases of Japanese Canadians exiled from Canada after World War II.

    Approved for EDI Professionalism Hours – 1 hour 30 minutes. Title Used in Application for EDI Hours: The Osgoode Society Presents: Professor Eric Adams

    The Osgoode Society is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Topic: Presentation by Eric Adams

    Time: Oct 20, 2021 05:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)**Please note the event begins at 5:30pm but the meeting will open at 5:15 pm.

    Join Zoom Meeting
    https://us06web.zoom.us/j/83484382425?pwd=THhzRHJjY2ZGbkx0YlJlUWU0amxSQT09

    Meeting ID: 834 8438 2425
    Passcode: 993473

    Wednesday November 17 – Professor Daniel Rück, Department of History, University of Ottawa, will speak about his shortly to be published book The Laws and the Land: The Settler Colonial Invasion of Kahnawà:ke in Nineteenth Century CanadaThis is the Osgoode Society members’ book for 2021.

    The Osgoode Society is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.

    Approved for EDI Professionalism Hours – 1 hour 30 minutes. Title Used in Application for EDI Hours: The Osgoode Society Presents: Professor Eric Adams

    Topic: Presentation by Daniel Rück,

    Time: Nov 17, 2021 05:30 PM Eastern Time (US and Canada)**Please note the event begins at 5:30pm but the meeting will open at 5:15 pm.

    Join Zoom Meeting
    https://us06web.zoom.us/j/84111096274?pwd=NnJFaVpGNEYwNUNLTVpwZk5pNTBBUT09

    Meeting ID: 841 1109 6274
    Passcode: 409880

    Applications for all events have been submitted for EDI and/or Professionalism hours.

    Please note also that the Osgoode Society Legal History Research Workshops are also resuming in September. See the drop down menu under News and Events on this website.

    From January on we have arranged three further events, and more are in progress. The ones definitely scheduled include a presentation by Professor Harvey Amani Whitfield, Department of History, University of Calgary, on the legal history of Nova Scotia’s black community, a significant presence in that colony from the 1780s. We are also conducting two ‘interviews’ discussing the links between legal history and judicial decision-making with two Supreme Court of Canada judges, the Honourable Russell Brown and the Honourable Nicholas Kasirer. The latter two will take place on February 2nd (Justice Brown) and March 30th (Justice Kasirer).