By R.C.B. Risk,George Blain Baker,J. Phillips
This quantity within the Osgoode Society's distinct sequence at the historical past of Canadian legislation is a set of the important essays of Professor Emeritus R.C.B. chance, one of many pioneers of Canadian felony background and for a few years considered as its most well known authority at the heritage of Canadian criminal thought.
Frank Scott, Bora Laskin, W.P.M. Kennedy, John Willis and Edward Blake are one of the greater identified figures whose considering and writing approximately legislation are featured during this assortment. yet this compilation of an important essays via a pioneer in Canadian criminal heritage brings to mild many different lesser identified figures to boot, whose writings lined a variety of issues, from estoppel to the British North the USA Act to the aim of felony schooling. Written over greater than twenty years, and overlaying the rapid post-Confederation interval to the Sixties, those essays show a particular Canadian culture of brooding about the character and services of legislation, one that possibility sincerely takes delight in and urges us to celebrate.
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A History of Canadian Legal Thought: Collected Essays (Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History) by R.C.B. Risk,George Blain Baker,J. Phillips