Interviews with Catherine Maloney

Reference Code: File - C 81-4-0-32
Title: Interviews with Catherine Maloney
Date of Creation: Oct. 1995
Physical Description:

1 file of textual records (includes 3 audio cassettes (ca. 150 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 Catherine Maloney (b. 1917), who was appointed a Family Court Judge in 1967. Interview topics include: Osgoode Hall Law School; articling; decision not to return to law school; marriage; appointment as Family Court Judge; Association for Family Court Judges; juvenile sentencing. Interviewer unknown. File includes three audio cassette recordings and a transcript with index (93 p.).

Restrictions on Access:

Closed until 11 Oct. 2010


Interview conducted as part of the Provincial Court (Family) Project.

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Location and Ordering Information: Textual records are located in container B436764; sound recordings are located in container B436905
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