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Osgoode Hall Law Journal

Authors

Barry Wright

Document Type

Commentary

Abstract

This article examines the process by which traditional Canadian legal history is becoming more interdisciplinary. When the external and environmental aspects of a historical period are explored, as well as the legal developments, the legal historian's work is more relevant and truly historical. Recent essays are measured against Wright's model of progressive legal history.

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