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1 WILTON, Carol (ed.) GIRARD, Philip CAHILL, Barry MARCHILDON, Gregory P. Inside the Law : Canadian Law Firms in Historical Perspective. in dj
1996, 
WILTON, Carol (ed.). Inside the Law : Canadian Law Firms in Historical Perspective. Tor.: Published for The Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal Historyby University of Toronto Press, (1996). Pp [i]-xvii,(1),[1]-599,(7). Illus trated. 8vo, maroon cloth. Essays in the History of Canadian Law, volume 7.Of Nova Scotia interest: 2. "The Making of a Colonial Lawyer: Beamish Murd och of Halifax, 1822-1842" (by Philip Girard; pp. 57-99); 8. "Corporate Entrepreneurship in Atlantic Canada: The Stewart Law Firm, 1915-1955" (by Gregory P. Marchildon and Barry Cahill; pp.280-319). Also: 1. Introduction: Inside the Law: Canadian Law Firms in Historical Perspective (by Carol Wilton); 2. Aemilius Irving: Solicitor to the Great Western Railway, 1855-1872 (byJamie Benidickson); 4. The Campbell, Meredith Firm of Montreal: A Case-Stu dy of the Role of Canadian Business Lawyeres, 1895-1913 (by Declan Brendan Hamill); 5. The Transformation of an Establishment Firm: From Beatty Blackstock to Faskens, 1902-1915 (by C. Ian Kyer); 6. Elite Relationships, Partnership Arrangements, and Nepotism at Blakes, a Toronto Law Firm, 1858-1942 (by T.D. Regehr); 7. The George F. Downes Firm in the Development of Edmonton and Its Region, 1903-1930 (by Henry C. Klassen); 9. Goodall and Cairns: Commercial, Corporate, and Energy Law in Alberta, 1920-1942( By Louis A. Knafla); 10. A Family Firm in Transition: Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt in the 1950s and 1960s (by Curtis Cole); 11. Dominant Professionals: The Role of Large-Firm Lawyers in Manitoba (by Dale Brawn); 12. Raymond and Honsberger: A Small Firm That Stayed Small, 1889-1989 (by John D. Honsberger); 13. 'A SmallUnited Nations': The Hamilton Firm of Millar, Alexander, Tokiwa, and Isaac s, 1962-1993 (by Philip J. Sworden); 14. Law on the Pacific Coast: Bull, Housser and Tupper, 1945-1990 (by Reginald H. Roy); 15. Hierarchy in Practice: The Significance of Gender in Ontario Law Firms (by John Hagan and Fiona Kay). Vg-fine in dj. 40.00

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