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050  4 KE8248.W55.A53 2001 
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100 1  Anderson, Ellen 
245 10 Judging Bertha Wilson :|bLaw as Large as Life 
250    2nd ed 
264  1 Toronto :|bUniversity of Toronto Press,|c2002 
264  4 |c©2002 
300    1 online resource (531 pages) 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
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490 1  Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History 
505 0  Cover -- CONTENTS -- FOREWORD: The Osgoode Society for 
       Canadian Legal History -- FOREWORD: Bertha Wilson -- 
       PREFACE -- ACKNOWLEDGMENTS -- PART ONE: The Preparatory 
       Years: Life before the Bench -- 1 Growing Up: Daughter, 
       Sister, and Student -- Family Life -- Church and School --
       University Studies: War and Romance -- 2 The Clergyman's 
       Wife -- Macduff: An Education for Living -- Conscience and
       Compromise -- On the Boundary: Immigration to Canada -- 
       Ottawa on Her Own -- 3 Diligence at Dalhousie -- Sopping 
       It Up: The Law Student as Sponge -- Classroom and 
       Curriculum -- Social Life and Study Group -- Graduation 
       and Articles -- 4 The Osler Innovations -- Establishing a 
       Research Practice -- From Family Firm to Corporate Culture
       -- Developing Philanthropy: A Conservative Socialist at 
       Work -- Courtroom Strategy: Texas Gulf Sulphur -- The 
       Conscience of the Firm -- Public Commitments, Private Life
       -- PART TWO: On the Bench: The Ontario Court of Appeal and
       the Supreme Court of Canada -- 5 The Ontario Court of 
       Appeal -- Appointment to the Court of Appeal -- On-the-Job
       Training: Making a Place -- Criminal Law: A Provocative 
       Dissent -- Commercial Law: Consistency and Contextuality -
       - All in the Family -- The Human Rights Cases -- The 
       Supreme Sacrifice -- 6 A Canadian Philosophy of Judicial 
       Analysis -- Origins and Sources: The Personal and the 
       Public -- Principled Contextuality -- The Charter: 
       Principled Contextuality, National Feeling -- 7 The 
       Supreme Court of Canada -- Inside the Court -- 8 Diversity
       at the Margins -- Multiculturalism: Theories of Human 
       Rights -- Adverse Effects and Undue Hardship -- 
       Immigration: Liberty and Security of the Person -- Freedom
       of Religion -- Wrongful Dismissal -- Equality, Citizenship,
       and Analogous Grounds -- Mandatory Retirement -- Minority 
       Language Rights -- Aboriginal Law Developments 
505 8  9 Beyond Family Law: Justice for Women and Children -- 
       Concepts of the Family -- Spousal Support Revisited -- The
       Best Interests of the Child -- Violence against Women and 
       Children -- Prostitution and Freedom of Expression -- 
       Abortion, Privacy, and the Ambivalence of Choice -- 10 
       Getting Down to Business: Law and Economics in the 
       Marketplace -- The Context of Business -- Leave to Appeal 
       -- Tort, Contract, and Trust Law -- A 'Taking' of Property
       : Constructive Trust -- Taxing Business Decisions -- 
       Business Entities, Corporate Control, and Legal Subjects -
       - Labouring over Labour Relations -- Guaranteed Rights for
       Corporations -- Ethics and Economics: Wilson's Business 
       Context -- 11 Contextual Proceduralism -- Judicial 
       Activism, Judicial Obligation -- Procedural Convergences, 
       Substantive Effects -- Intervention and Extrinsic Evidence
       -- Old Dogs, New Tricks -- The Administrative Law Paradox 
       -- International Law: Sovereignty, Reciprocity, and Comity
       -- 12 Outside the Court -- Multiple Dimensions: The Extra-
       Judicial Duties -- Time to Move On -- PART THREE: Life 
       after Judging -- 13 The Gender Equality Study -- Finding 
       the Funding: Costly Consultations -- Billable Hour Quotas 
       and the Duty to Accommodate -- Women in the Judiciary -- 
       14 The Royal Commission on Aboriginal Peoples -- Getting 
       under Way: Mandate and Methodology -- Hearing Stories, 
       Seeking Solutions -- Staffing the Commission: The Interim 
       Reports -- Writing the Final Report -- Response to the 
       Report -- 15 Portrait of a Judge -- ADJUNCT INTERVIEWS -- 
       ARCHIVAL RESOURCES -- NOTES -- SELECT BIBLIOGRAPHY -- 
       INDEX -- A -- B -- C -- D -- E -- F -- G -- H -- I -- J --
       K -- L -- M -- N -- O -- P -- Q -- R -- S -- T -- U -- V -
       - W -- Y -- Z 
520    Supported with the warmth and generosity of Wilson's 
       numerous personal anecdotes, this work illuminates the 
       life and thought of a woman who has left an extraordinary 
       mark on Canada's legal landscape 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
       sources 
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
       libraries 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Staff, Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History 
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       Law as Large as Life|dToronto : University of Toronto 
       Press,c2002|z9780802085825 
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