Law in Context
professionalism; colonialism; masculinities; gender relations; cultural history
This paper explores the construction of early twentieth century Canadian legal professionalism as the workings-out of Britishness understood through the lenses of cultural history, cultures of imperialism, and gender relations. It provides a case study in the histories of professionalism in a settler colony.
W Wesley Pue, "British Masculinities, Canadian Lawyers" 16:1 (1999) Law in Context 80.
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