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Media Types Texts   Item type(s) Leaflets or Correspondence   Groups Legal Studies Program (Sub-Group)  
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  • Legal Studies Committee, 1981-2000
    Legal Studies Committee, 1981-2000
    Text       ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY The Legal Studies Committee was formed in 1980 to organize, administer, and publicize the Legal Studies option program which began in 1981. The Committee was comprised of 7 faculty members from the departments involved in the program. The initial committee was chaired, and the program directed by, Prof. ...
    Text     ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY The Legal Studies Committee was formed in 1980 to organize, administer, and publicize the Legal Studies option program which began in 1981. The Committee was comprised of 7 ...
    St. Jerome's University Library
  • Legal Studies program, 1971-2018
    Legal Studies program, 1971-2018
    Text       ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY Legal Studies began in 1981 as an inter-disciplinary option in the Faculty of Arts for those interested in the study of law and legal systems from a liberal arts perspective. The program had a multi-disciplinary format which included courses in Accounting, Actuarial Sciences, History, Philosophy, Political Science, Sociology, ...
    Text     ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY Legal Studies began in 1981 as an inter-disciplinary option in the Faculty of Arts for those interested in the study of law and legal systems from a liberal ...
    St. Jerome's University Library
  • Ad-Hoc Committee on Legal Studies, 1971-1972
    Ad-Hoc Committee on Legal Studies, 1971-1972
    Text       ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY The Ad-Hoc Committee on Legal Studies was formed by the Dean of Arts in the fall of 1971 in response to questions raised by the Law Society of Upper Canada regarding legal education in Ontario. The Committee members were Prof. R.G. Stevens, Chairman, Prof. J.F.H. New, Prof. J..A. ...
    Text     ADMINISTRATIVE HISTORY The Ad-Hoc Committee on Legal Studies was formed by the Dean of Arts in the fall of 1971 in response to questions raised by the Law Society of ...
    St. Jerome's University Library
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