Interviews with Robert Laughton

Reference Code: File - C 81-4-0-78
Title: Interviews with Robert Laughton
Date of Creation: Dec. 1996 - Jan. 1997
Physical Description:

2 files 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:

Files consist of oral history records documenting the life and career of Robert Laughton (b. 1938), a lawyer. Interview topics include: Carleton University; Queens Law School; articling; firm members; Gordon Gowling; early practice; Export Development Corporation work; partnership, 1974; expansion of the firm; volunteer work. Interviewer unknown. File includes seven audio cassette recordings from a series of three interviews and a transcript with index (284 p.).

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Interview was conducted as part of the Gowling, Strathy & Henderson 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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