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eBook Essays in the History of Canadian Law Volume VI: The Legal History of British Columbia and the Yukon ePub

by Hamar Foster,John McLaren

  • ISBN: 0802071511
  • Category: Americas
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Hamar Foster,John McLaren
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of Toronto Press, Scholarly Publishing Division; 2nd ed. edition (February 1, 2015)
  • Pages: 604
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The introduction by John McLaren and Hamar Foster pulls together the many regional themes to provide a clear overview of the legal . Tietoja kirjoittajasta. Hamar Foster is a professor in the Faculty of Law, University of Victoria.

The introduction by John McLaren and Hamar Foster pulls together the many regional themes to provide a clear overview of the legal complexities of the period. John McLaren is a professor emeritus in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria.

Published by: University of Toronto Press. It is not difficult to find in the historiography of Canadian education instances of the invocation of law to support policies that have had as their objective the compliance of deviant populations or ethnic or religious minorities with mainline ‘Canadian values.

This sixth volume in the Osgoode Society's distinguished series on the history of Canadian law turns to the a central .

In the early days of British sovereignty, the frenzied activity of the fur trade and the gold rush, along with clashes between settlers and Natives, made law enforcement a difficult business.

Recommend this journal. Toronto: University of Toronto Press (Osgoode Society for Legal History). XVII + 583 pp. ISBN 0-8020-7151-1.

Essays in the history of Canadian law Includes bibliographical references and index. ISBN 0-8020-0789-9 (v. 6 : bound) ISBN 0-8020-7151-1 (v. 6 : pb. i. Law - Canada - History and criticism. Flaherty, David H. II. Osgoode Society. III. Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History. Z85E871981 349-71 081-095131-2. Unauthenticated Download Date 10/18/19 1:54 PM. To our spouses, Katherineand Anne, and our children. This page.

Hamar Foster, John McLaren and Wes Pue, ed. The British Columbia Court of Appeal, 1910-2010, BC. .VI: British Columbia and the Yukon (Toronto: University of Toronto Press and the Osgoode Society for Legal History 1995). John McLaren, Hamar Foster, and Chet Orloff, ed. The British Columbia Court of Appeal, 1910-2010, BC Studies No. 162 (Summer 2009). Hamar Foster, Benjamin L. Berger and Andrew Buck, ed. The Grand Experiment: Law and Legal Culture in British Settler Societies (Vancouver: The Osgoode Society and UBC Press 2008). Hamar Foster, Heather Raven and Jeremy Webber, ed. Let Right Be Done: Aboriginal Title, the Calder Case and the Future of Indigenous Rights (Vancouver: UBC Press 2007).

Columbia Law School’s interdisciplinary faculty pursues innovative work that .

Columbia Law School’s interdisciplinary faculty pursues innovative work that expands the understanding of the law and influences the global community.

The Legal History of British Columbia and the Yukon (Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History). Published November 22, 1995 by University of Toronto Press.

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John McLaren is a professor emeritus in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria. More about John McLaren. More about Hamar Foster. Essays in the History of Canadian Law, Volume VI. Embed.

This is a short bibliography of major works on the History of British Columbia. The West Beyond the West: A History of British Columbia U. of Toronto Press, 1991. Francis, Daniel, ed. Encyclopedia of British Columbia

This is a short bibliography of major works on the History of British Columbia. Encyclopedia of British Columbia. 806 pp. Griffin, Harold. Vancouver: Commonwealth Fund, 1999. Johnston, Hugh, ed. The Pacific Province: A History of British Columbia. Douglas & McIntyre, 1996).

This sixth volume in the Osgoode Society's distinguished series on the history of Canadian law turns to the a central theme in the history of British Columbia and the Yukon - law and order. In the early days of British sovereignty, the frenzied activity of the fur trade and the gold rush, along with clashes between settlers and Natives, made law enforcement a difficult business. Later, although law and order were more firmly established, tensions continued between the dominant populations committed to the practice and rhetoric of British justice and those groups owing allegiance to other value systems (such as Native peoples, Asian immigrants, and Doukhobors) or those resisting authority (criminals and the criminally insane). These essays look at key social, economic, and political issues of the times and show how they influenced the developing legal system.

The essays cover a wide range of topics, and explore the human as well as the legal dimensions of their subjects, relating specific cases to broader theory. They demonstrate that English law has been flexible enough to accommodate diversity and is, therefore, pragmatic. The volume also proves that there is no single Canadian legal culture: geography, demography, politics, economics, and military considerations have had an impact on the shape of our legal culture. The introduction by John McLaren and Hamar Foster pulls together the many regional themes to provide a clear overview of the legal complexities of the period.