Interviews with Ted Andrews
|Reference Code:||File - C 81-4-0-26|
|Title:||Interviews with Ted Andrews|
|Date of Creation:||May 1995|
1 file of textual records (includes 7 audio cassettes (ca. 390 minutes))
|Forms Part of:||C 81-4 - Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - Special Projects interview files|
|Scope and Content:||
File consists of oral history records documenting the life and career of Tedford Andrews (b. 1927), a lawyer who was appointed a Magistrate and family court Judge in 1962, later made Chief Judge of Provincial Family Court in 1968. Interview topics include: University of Toronto; Osgoode Hall Law School; articling; early practice; appointment as Magistrate and Family Court Judge; Chief Judge; Judicial Council; training for court administrators; native justice; unified Family Court, 1976; Young Offenders Act; Legal Aid. Interview conducted by Christine J.N. Kates. File includes seven audio cassette recordings from a series of three interviews and a transcript (222 p.) with index.
|Restrictions on Access:||
Interview conducted as part of the Provincial Court (Family) Project.
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|Location and Ordering Information:||Textual records are located in container B437264; sound recordings are located in container B436745|