Join us for the Osgoode Society’s first evening session of legal history for legal professionals – and earn 20 minutes of CLE professionalism credit at the same time.
Justice Robert Sharpe of the Ontario Court of Appeal will discuss the career and influence of the Honourable Brian Dickson, Chief Justice of Canada from 1984 to 1990.
Justice Sharpe is uniquely positioned to provide insight into the working life of the Supreme Court of Canada. He served as Executive Legal Officer to Chief Justice Dickson and is the co-author of Brian Dickson: A Judge’s Journey (with Kent Roach).
This lecture is for Osgoode Society members only. Please renew your membership for 2018 if you haven’t already done so, or join now for the first time. Membership brings many benefits: our 2018 members book, which will be A History of Law in Canada Volume I: 1500 to 1866 by Philip Girard, Jim Phillips and Blake Brown; other lectures and events; our quarterly newsletter with information on the Osgoode Society and Canadian legal history generally.
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This year we are publishing one optional extra, The Class Actions Controversy: The Origins and Development of the Ontario Class Proceedings Act by Suzanne Chiodo. A description will be posted soon.