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Fonds Fonds 65 - Thomas G. Feeney fonds
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Thomas G. Feeney fonds
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CA ON00345 Fonds 65
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0,15 m of textual records
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Feeney, Thomas G. (1924-1988)
Thomas G. Feeney was born in 1924. Professor Feeney joined the University of Ottawa as Director of Common Law courses in 1957. He became the first dean of Common Law Section in 1962 and continued in that role until 1973. Feeney was held as a scholarly author in particular for his Canadian Law of wills, used as a textbook and reference in law schools throughout Canada. He died on July 17, 1988.
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The Thomas-G.-Feeney Fonds contains an agenda, newsletters and press clippings relative to the career of Thomas G. Feeney and the Faculty of Law of the University of Ottawa.
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Gift by Joseph Roach.
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Documents containing personal and confidential information are restricted to consultation and reproduction. The records are submitted to the Copyright's Act.
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- Feeney, Thomas G. (Creator)