Interview with John Nelligan
|Reference Code:||File - C 81-4-0-127|
|Title:||Interview with John Nelligan|
|Date of Creation:||Mar. 1996 - June 1996|
1 file of textual records (includes 6 audio cassettes (ca. 300 minutes)
|Forms Part of:||C 81-4 - Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - Special Projects interview files|
|Scope and Content:||
Open File consists of oral history records pertaining to the recollections of John Nelligan (b. 1921), a Toronto- area lawyer and judge who was involved with the Advocates' Society. Interview topics include: the origins of the Advocates' Society; founders and early players; reasons for the Society; law reform; the Advocates' Society medal. Interview conducted by C.J.N. Kates. File includes six audio cassette recordings from a series of three interviews and a transcript with index (168 p.).
|Restrictions on Access:||
Interview conducted as part of the Advocates' Society Project.
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|Location and Ordering Information:||Textual records are located in container B437273; sound recordings are located in container B437269|
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