Lawyers and Legal Culture in British North America
Centred on one pre-Confederation lawyer whose career epitomizes the trends of his day, Beamish Murdoch (1800-1876),Lawyers and Legal Culture in British North Americamakes an important and compelling contribution to Canadian legal history.
Subjects: Law, History
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