Interviews with Phil Baker
|Reference Code:||File - C 81-4-0-34|
|Title:||Interviews with Phil Baker|
|Date of Creation:||Nov. 1995 - Jan. 1996|
1 file of textual records (includes 5 audio cassettes (ca. 270 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 Phil Baker (b. 1926), a Toronto-area lawyer who was appointed a Magistrate in 1962, and was made a Provincial Court Judge in 1968. Interview topics include: World War II; University of Toronto; Osgoode Hall Law School; articling; sole practice, Kingston, 1954-1962; appointment as Magistrate, 1962; Provincial Court Judge, 1968; Senior Judge, Southeastern Ontario; Charter of Rights; effect of Young Offenders Act; Judges Association. Interviewer unknown. File includes five audio cassette recordings from a series of two interviews and a transcript (166 p.) with index.
|Restrictions on Access:||
Closed until 30 Jan. 2011
Interview conducted as part of the Provincial Court (Criminal) Project.
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|Location and Ordering Information:||Textual records are located in container B437271; sound recordings are located in container B436905|