Essays in the History of Canadian Law : Volume 1

By: FLAHERTY, David E., ed.

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FLAHERTY, David E., ed. Essays in the History of Canadian Law : Volume 1 . Edited by David E. Flaherty. [Foreword by Brendan O'Brien and Peter N. Oliver]. [N.pl.]: The Osgoode Society, (1981). Pp. (6),[vii]-xvi,(2),[3]-428. 8vo, red cloth with blue lettering to front and spine. Contents: 1. Flaherty's "Writing Canadian Legal History: An Introduction"; 2. Kathryn M. Bindon's "Hudson's Bay Company Law: Adam Thom and the Institution of Order in Rupert's Land, 1839-54"; 3. R.C.B. Risk's "The Law and the Economy in Mid-Nineteenth-Century Ontario: A Perspective"; 4. John D. Blackwell's "William HumeBlake and the Judicature Acts of 1849: The Process of Legal Reform at Mid- Century in Upper Canada"; 5. Paul Craven's "The Law of Master and Servant in Mid-Nineteenth-Cenutry Ontario"; 6. Constance B. Backhouse's "Shifting Patterns in Nineteenth-Century Canadian Custody Law"; 7. Graham Parker's "TheOrigins of the Canadian Criminal Code"; 8. Jennifer Nedelsky's "Judicial C onservatism in an Age of Innovation: Comparative Perspectives on Canadian Nuisance Law, 1880-1930"; 9. Jennifer Stoddart's "Quebec's Legal Elite Looksat Women's Rights: The Dorion Commission, 1929-31"; 10. Margaret A. Banks' s "An Annotated Bibliography of Statutes and Related Publications: Upper Canada, the Province of Canada, and Ontario, 1792-1980". Very good. 30.00

Title: Essays in the History of Canadian Law : Volume 1

Author Name: FLAHERTY, David E., ed.

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Osgoode Society, 1981, ISBN:0802033822:

Seller ID: 78680

Keywords: LAW CANADA CANADIAN HISTORY LEGAL HISTORY ONTARIO QUEBEC HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY,