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Wesley Pue. Barry Wright. Series: Carleton Library Series. A prominent hture of recent writing on Upper Canadian legal history is the elaboration of a vision of the legal culture of nineteenth-century Ontario by two Montreal-based scholars, G. Blaine Baker and David Howes. Their ideas command attention for several reasons in addition to the energy with which, during the past three years, they have been propagated. Chapter XII issues in criminal law and authority: CIVIL liberties and morality.
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Books and proceedings. Annuaire canadien du droit internationaI, The Canadian Yearbook of International Law, sous la direction de . BOURNE, Volume XXVII, 1989, Vancouver, University of British Columbia Press, 1990, 533 pages, ISBN 0-7748-035-X, ISSN 0069-0058. Canadian Perspectives on Law & Society: Issues in Legal History, W. WESLEY PUE et BARRY WRIGHT, éditeurs, Carleton Library Series, No. 152 , Ottawa, Carleton University Press, 1988, ISBN 0-88620-078-3. Les Cahiers de droit, volume 32, number 2, 1991, p. 548–551.
Citation: Greg Marquis, Doing Justice to British Justice : Law, Ideology, and Canadian Historiography in Wes Pue and Barry Wright, Canadian Perspectives on Law and Society: Issues in Legal History. The convention’s report attempted to explain the League’s failure to exploit local issues such as police corruption, political scandals and the notorious section 98 of the Criminal Code, on the basis of radical organizers’ distaste for humanitarianism or sentimentalism : For instance, many workers, still believe in ‘British justice’ and ‘Democratic rights.
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experience with the legal system and by careful attention to the particular features of different types of legal proceedings. Marquis, G. Doing Justice to British Justice W. W. Pue and B. Wright (ed. Canadian Perspectives on Law and Society: Issues in Legal History.
Consideration of counter-hegemonic and transformative strategies should be informed by actual experience with the legal system and by careful attention to the particular features of different types of legal proceedings. Ottawa: Carleton University Press, 1988. Milani, L. DarrochRobert Gourlay, Gadfly.
Legal tradition’ is a term frequently used in legal history and comparative law. The increasing interest in global perspectives on law and history . The increasing interest in global perspectives on law and history, the dialectics inherent in globalisation as such, as well as some tendencies of ‘de-’ and ‘re-tradionalisation’, often enhanced by law, have made legal traditions even more topical. The Aberdeen Burgh Records of 1398–1531 and the Semantic Web.