Oral History Program
The Osgoode Society’s Oral History Program is the world’s largest oral history program dedicated to legal history.
Since 1979, the Society has conducted more than 700 interviews and deposited over 100,000 pages of transcripts in the Archives of Ontario. Interview subjects include lawyers, judges, politicians, and members of the police services. Interview documentation consists of transcripts.
Oral Histories are either held by the Archives of Ontario or by the Osgoode Society. Those held by the Osgoode Society are not yet available for circulation.
Search For: ‘Black Lawyers & Judges’ — 23 oral histories found