In this podcast episode, Nicole O’Byrne speaks to Barry Wright about his book Canadian State Trials, Volume V: World War, Cold War, and Challenges to Sovereignty, 1939–1990, co-edited with Susan Binnie and Eric Tucker. The book was published for the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History by the University of Toronto Press in 2022. https://champlainsociety.utpjournals.press/podcast/wty/national-security-measures-political-trials-canadian-state-trials-1939-1990-with-barry-wright
In this podcast episode, Nicole O’Byrne speaks to Jim Phillips about A History of Law in Canada, Volume Two: Law for a New Dominion, 1867–1914, a book he co-authored with Philip Gerrard and Blake Brown. This is the second volume in an ambitious three-volume series on the history of law in Canada. He explores the history of law in Canada through the period spanning from Confederation to the start of World War I, using guiding themes such as property rights, criminal law, labour and employment, women and minority rights, Indigenous-State relations, federalism, and the building of the nation and its legal systems.