Interview with Judythe Little

Reference Code: File - C 81-4-0-134
Title: Interview with Judythe Little
Date of Creation: 8-Jun-05
Physical Description:

1 file of textual records. - 3 audio cassettes (ca. 180 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 Judythe Little (b. 1948), a lawyer who was called to the Bar of Ontario in 1976, and was appointed Provincial Court Judge in 1986. This interview concerns her personal and professional history and was conducted as part of the Provincial Court Project. Interview topics include: family background and history; Family Court, new rules; Family Law Judges Association, 1986-1994; Legal Aid; Charter impact; court schedules; change in role over nineteen years; Attorneys General; problems encountered by woman judge(s); judicial travel in the North: court parties and affidavit trials, among others. File consists of three audio cassette recordings and a transcript with index (101 p.).

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Interview conducted as part of the Provincial Court Project. Interviewer: Cynthia Smith

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