Oral History

Prof. Harry Arthurs 1994, 51 pages

Documenting the life and career of Harry Arthurs (b. 1935), a lawyer who became a lecturer at Osgoode Hall in 1961. Interview topics include: University of Toronto Law School; Harvard Law School; articling; lecturer at Osgoode Hall; advent of Canadian legal literature; "Labour Law and Industrial Relations in Canada"; casebooks; method of writing. Interview conducted by Christine J.N. Kates. File includes two audio cassette recordings and a transcript (51 p.) with index.

Date Started: 28/02/1994

Date Completed: 28/02/1994

Status: Open

Occupation: Lawyer, Professor

Number of pages: 51

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Archive Details

Archive Link: https://aims.archives.gov.on.ca/scripts/mwimain.dll/144/DESCRIPTION_WEB/WEB_DESC_DET?SESSIONSEARCH&exp=sisn%2065261

Archive Code: C 81-2-0-44

Title: Interview with Harry Arthurs

Date: Feb. 1994

Description: Textual records, Sound recordings

Physical Description: 1 file of textual records (includes 2 audio cassettes (ca. 120 minutes))

Restrictions: Closed until 5 Apr. 2009

Container Info: (Textual records are located in container B436897; sound recordings are located in container B436720)

Location: Interview was conducted as part of the Canadian Legal Text Authors Project.