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Law in Context

Abstract from Volume 16 No 1 (1998) Misplaced Traditions: British Lawyers, Colonial Peoples

British Masculinities, Canadian Lawyers: Canadian Legal Education, 1900-1930

W Wesley Pue

This article explicates the relationship that existed in the minds of elite reformers of the Canadian legal profession between the Socratic method of legal education and the effective colonisation of Canadian space. It matters that their deliberations concerning legal education took place in a context within which assumptions regarding ethnicity, masculinity, class, progress, and colonisation constituted common sense.

(1999) 16(1) Law in Context 80

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