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 600 interviews and deposited over 90,000 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.

Oral Histories

Search For: ‘Civil Liberties’ — 4 oral histories found
Name Year Pages Location
Mr. Alan Borovoy 2006 200 Osgoode Society
Mr. Glen How 1998 237 C 81-1-0-136
Ms. Marlys Edwardh 2009 348 Osgoode Society
The Hon. Sidney Linden 1998 401 C 81-4-0-53