Canadian Legal History Blog

Jim Phillips and Mary Stokes announce a blog, to be sponsored by the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History:

“We hope the blog will prove a useful place for the wonderful community of legal historians we have in Canada. It won’t be the place to go to discuss the meaning of the second amendment of the US constitution, or medieval pleading and practice, but we want it to be where we post useful announcements and discuss aspects of the unique and exciting legal history of our country.”

http://osgoodesocietycanadianlegalhistory.blogspot.com.

Welcome news! Jim Phillips is Editor-in chief of the Osgoode Society, Osgoode Hall, Toronto. Mary Stokes may be familiar from her contributions to Christopher Moore’s History News. http://www.christophermoorehistory.blogspot.com

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1 Response to “Canadian Legal History Blog”


  1. 1 Mary Stokes April 16, 2011 at 9:13 am

    Thanks for the shout-out, Janet.
    (I am a faithful reader of the Idea File, though as you can see it often takes me until the weekend to get caught up!)


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