Faculty of Law, University of Manitoba
Winnipeg, Canada, R3T 2N2
Ancient, Medieval, Modern Comparative Legal-Judicial History; Canadian Legal-Judicial History; Medieval Origins of Modern Common Law; Canadian Legal System (History, and Judge Shadowing program). Publishing regularly in all teaching subjects: Executive Editor of five volumes for The Supreme Court of Canada Historical Series (1990-present); and for examples, co-ed., Canada’s Legal Inheritances (2001); ed., Tudor Rule and Revolution (1982); co-ed., Ecrit et Pouvoir dans les Chancelleries Médiévales (1997); three dozen juried articles and seventy-plus book reviews.
Professor of Law and Legal History, University of Manitoba (1994-present)
B.A. (Marquette) 1960; M.A. (Creighton) 1962; B.A. status (Clare College, Cambridge) 1964; Ph.D. (Pittsburgh) 1967. Professor, University of Manitoba and Director of the Canadian Legal History Project (1994-). Visiting Associate Professor (Law), University of British Columbia, 1982-1993; Visiting appointments in Universities of Wisconsin-Stevens Point, Missouri-St. Louis, Illinois-Urbana 1977-82; Assistant Lecturer, Universities of Bristol, 1974-5, and Lancaster (U.K.), 1975-7; Assistant Professor, University of Michigan, 1966-73. Consultant Curator, Supreme Court of Canada, 1987-1993; Recurrent Visiting Professor of Medieval Law, Central European University, Budapest, 1995-present; and Life Fellow of Clare Hall, Cambridge (U.K.)