235 Search Results for: Asian-Canadian Lawyers & Judges

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  • Bradley Miller

    Bradley Miller, BA (Toronto), MA (Dalhousie), PhD (Toronto) Bradley Miller is Associate Professor of History at the University of British Columbia, where he holds the Keenleyside Chair in Canada and the World. He teaches criminal justice history, constitutional and international legal history, and the history of Canada in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. His research… Read more »

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  • Suzanne Chiodo

    Suzanne Chiodo is a doctoral candidate in Law at Oriel College, Oxford University. She also completed her undergraduate degree in Modern History at Oxford. Before beginning her doctorate in October 2017, Suzanne was a class actions lawyer at Rochon Genova LLP in Toronto. She completed her LLM in December 2016, supported by funding from the… Read more »

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  • A. B. (Brian) McKillop

    Alexander Brian McKillop is a Chancellor’s Professor at Carleton University and the former Chair of the Department of History (2005-2009). His research interests are focussed on intellectual and cultural history, including religion, higher education, elite and popular culture, cultural production and expression, and historiography, as well as the biography of Pierre Berton. Professor McKillop has… Read more »

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  • Robert J. Sharpe

    Robert Sharpe was a judge of the Ontario Court of Appeal from 1999 to 2020. He was called to the bar in 1974 and practiced with MacKinnon McTaggart (later McTaggart Potts) in the area of civil litigation. He was a professor at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law from 1976 to 1988 where he… Read more »

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  • Awards

    Over the years our books have won many prestigious awards. Most recently, one of out 2022 members’ books, Jim Phillips, Philip Girard and R. Blake Brown, A History of Law in Canada Volume II: Law for the New Dominion, 1867-1914, was awarded the Canadian Law and Society Association’s Prize for the best book published in 2022…. Read more »

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  • Wayne Sumner

    Wayne Sumner is University Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy, University of Toronto. His professional teaching and research have focused on ethical theory, applied ethics (especially bioethics), political philosophy, and philosophy of law. He is the author of six books including The Hateful and the Obscene: Studies in the Limits of Free Expression (2004)… Read more »

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  • Podcast

    Podcast: Time Immemorial The Osgoode Society is pleased to announce that we are sponsoring Time Immemorial, a series of podcasts which explore episodes of Canadian legal history.  The podcasts are researched and written by two of our members, Preston Lim and Gregory Ringkamp. For a list of those currently available see below. We will place all episodes of Time… Read more »

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  • Legal History for Legal Professionals – THIS EVENT IS FULL

    THANK YOU FOR YOUR INTEREST IN THE OSGOODE SOCIETY. UNFORTUNATELY THE SESSION THIS EVENING IS FULL. WE WILL BE SENDING INFORMATION SOON IN REGARDS TO OUR NEXT EVENT. Join us for the Osgoode Society’s first evening session of legal history for legal professionals – and earn 20 minutes of CLE professionalism credit at the same time. Justice Robert… Read more »

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  • Nancy Backhouse

    Madam Justice Nancy Backhouse is currently serving on the Superior Court of Justice for Ontario. Before her appointment to the bench, Justice Backhouse was a family law lawyer and labour arbitrator. She was also a bencher and chair of the Admissions and Equity Committee of the Law Society, vice-chair of the Ontario Grievance Settlement Board,… Read more »

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  • John D. Honsberger

    Mr. Honsberger combines the practice of law, which is focused on bankruptcy and insolvency law, with writing in different areas of law, including its history and the legal profession. He was the founding and only editor of the Law Society of Upper Canada Gazette. In 1985 he was a first recipient of the Law Society… Read more »