Interviews with Lucien Beaulieu

Reference Code: File - C 81-1-0-153
Title: Interviews with Lucien Beaulieu
Date of Creation: 1999-2001
Physical Description:

1 file of textual records. - 10 audio cassettes (ca. 9 hours, 30 minutes)

Scope and Content:

File consists of oral history records documenting the life and career of Justice Lucien Beaulieu (b. 1933), a lawyer called to the Bar of Ontario in 1968. He was the Assistant Crown Attorney in Toronto until 1971, the Provincial Director of Appeals for the Ontario Legal Aid Plan until 1973, and was subsequently appointed to the Ontario Court of Appeals. He was appointed to the Superior Court of Justice in 1993. Interview topics include: family background; World War II – discrimination against French; Gravelbourg College, University of Ottawa; Osgoode Hall Law School; Crown Attorney’s Office, 1968; Provincial Director of Appeals, Ontario Legal Aid Plan, 1971; The Young Offenders Act – Family Court Committee; French trials; Northern Ontario and smaller communities; commissions; Unified Family Court; Provincial Judges’ Association; and select cases, among others. File consists of ten audio cassette recordings and a transcript with index (319 p.).

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Forms Part of: C 81-1 - Osgoode Society Oral History Programme - General Programme interview files
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