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Darrow, Clarence: Connexipedia Article
American lawyer civil libertarian. (1857-1938).
Defender of the Movement: Albert Goldman for the Defense
A profile of the radical lawyer.
Karl Marx's Theory of Revolution: Volume II: The Politics of Social Classes
Draper ranges through the development of the thought of Marx and Engels on the role of classes in society.
Kunstler, William: Connexipedia Article
American radical lawyer and civil rights activist. (1919-1995).
Never Say Die!
Autobiography of labour lawyer John Stanton with an account of Canadian labour history since the 1930's.
Peter Rosenthal’s passions for law and math make for a beautiful, if different, life: At 72, lawyer and professor is still in love with his two jobs and says he plans to work until he dies.
Peter Rosenthal has died several times. Once he died in court when his heart stopped. Each time doctors brought him back. Now he is dying a different death in front of a University of Toronto math cla...
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Law Union of Ontario
To provide a progressive, socialist alternative to the present legal system which gives greater protection to the economically and socially privileged.
Sources specializes in collecting, indexing, and disseminating information to help journalists, editors, and researchers quickly reach articulate experts and spokespersons who can provide background i...
Stories from four decades of court reporting - or, how I fell out of love with the Canadian justice system (especially judges)
Through an examination of notable trials she has covered, Chrisitie Blatchford makes the case that Canada's judicial system is out of control and often inept. Judges, she says, are the new senators, u...