Oral History

Mr. Terrence O'Sullivan 2003, 179 pages

Documenting the life and career of Terrence O�Sullivan (b. 1947), who was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1973. This interview concerns his personal and professional history and his involvement with The Advocates' Society as chair of The Society�s Committees on Contingency Fees and Class Action Reform and as President. Interview topics include: early history; Osgoode Hall Law School; articling; partnerships; early contact with The Advocates� Society; conference organization; law reform; The Campbell House Foundation; Class Action Committee; Civil Justice Review reports and select case, among others. File includes five audio cassette recordings and a transcript with index (179 p.)

Status: Please contact Osgoode Society for more information

Occupation: Lawyer

Number of pages: 179

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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%2066955

Archive Code: C 81-4-0-146

Title: Interviews with Terrence O'Sullivan

Date: 2003

Description: Textual records, Sound recordings

Physical Description: 1 file of textual records. - 5 audio cassettes (ca. 300 minutes)

Restrictions: No restrictions on access

Location: Interviews conducted as part of the Attorney General Project. Interviewer: Cynthia Smith