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Canadian Bar Association - mid-winter meeting - Feb. 4/67

File consists of records pertaining to a panel discussion held at the February 1967 Canadian Bar Association's Mid-Winter Meeting on the topic of the Ontario Legal Aid Plan, for which G. Arthur Martin served as Chair. The records in this file are a list of questions and a transcript of the panel discussion.

Honsberger - criminal justice: Dec. 9th

File consists of records pertaining to a Canadian Bar Association, Ontario Criminal Justice Subsection dinner meeting held at Osgoode Hall on December 9th, 1968, where G. Arthur Martin was a participant in a panel discussion entitled "Co-operation between the Police, Crown and Defence in Criminal Trials". Hugh Honsberger was the Chair of the Criminal Justice Subsection. The records in this file include notices, correspondence, memoranda and discussion questions.

Police college

File consists of records pertaining to the work of the Committee on Police Education, on which G. Arthur Martin participated as a member, to establish a police college in the Province of Ontario. The records in this file document the work of the Committee to gather information about police colleges in other districts for the preparation of a number of reports, some of which are included in this file. Other records in the file include external reports, surveys, briefs, correspondence, blank forms, memoranda, photographs and a syllabus.

Police education course

File consists of records pertaining to G. Arthur Martin's membership on the Board of Commissioners of Police. The records in this file document the proceedings of a meeting between the Board and the Police Association, pertaining to police education, salaries and evaluations. These records include Martin's notes and a course syllabus.

Queens - Dean

File consists of records pertaining to G. Arthur Martin's participation on the Advisory Committee on the Deanship of Law, a committee tasked to select the Dean of Law at Queens University, Kingston. The records in this file include biographical notes on the candidates for the position and include correspondence from law students regarding the committee's criteria for selection.

Miscellaneous

File consists of correspondence regarding a variety of topics, including requests for articling positions or jobs, speaking engagements, recommendations, legal cases, requests for support in bencher elections, and invitations to gatherings or events.

Miscellaneous

File consists of correspondence pertaining to a prisoner's inquiry about legal aid and a request for a copy of the Roach Commission Report. Some correspondence in this file is addressed to Harry Joseph Keenan, who completed his articles with G. Arthur Martin.

Miscellaneous 1961

File consists predominantly of correspondence pertaining to legal issues and topics, lectures, journal subscriptions, the care of G. Arthur Martin's race horse, "Sweepalong", and the finances of the International Law Association Canadian Branch. The file also includes some correspondence to and from E. Patrick Hartt, as well as invoices, membership cards, financial statements, tickets and receipts.

Correspondence (miscellaneous) 1962-1963

File consists of correspondence with G. Arthur Martin. The correspondence in this file pertains to membership renewals, lecture requests, charitable donations, teaching requests, invitations to social events, requests for articling positions, examinations, letters of congratulations sent by Martin and replies, and legal questions. Also included in this file is a copy of a blank examination paper from a first-year course on criminal law and procedure from Osgoode Hall Law School and a photograph from Martin's 25-year Osgoode Hall Law School reunion.

Miscellaneous

File consists predominantly of correspondence with G. Arthur Martin. This correspondence pertains to a variety of topics, including Queen's Counsel appointments, lecture requests, requests for articling positions, invitations to events, and Martin's honorary Doctor of Laws degree from Queen's University, Kingston. Also included in the file is a blank examination paper, lecture notes and minutes.

Miscellaneous 1963-1964

File consists of correspondence pertaining to a variety of topics, including meetings of the Discipline Committee, the re-election of Allan Lamport as Mayor of Toronto, an Osgoode Hall Law School symposium, the Canadian Society for the Abolition of the Death Penalty, and other subjects.

Miscellaneous correspondence - 1968

File consists predominantly of correspondence with G. Arthur Martin on a variety of topics, including his legal work, requests for articling positions, requests for journal contributions, questions about legal issues, and letters of thanks. Also included are invitations, notices, articles and papers.

Northwestern

File consists of records pertaining to G. Arthur Martin's participation in the Short Course for Defense Lawyers at Chicago's Northwestern University School of Law in June 1959, 1960 and 1963. Martin's partner, E. Patrick Hartt, also lectured in 1963, and Robert Carter attended the course that year. Also included in this file is correspondence with the National Association of Defense Lawyers in Criminal Cases, and the Journal of Criminal Law, Criminology and Police Science. The records in this file are correspondence and pamphlets.

National Legal Aid and Defender Association

File consists of records pertaining to the annual conference of the National Legal Aid and Defender Association in Buffalo, New York, to which G. Arthur Martin was invited to participate on a panel discussion. The records in this file are correspondence and notes.

Cheques

File consists of a number of cashed and blank cheques belonging to G. Arthur Martin. Some of these items pertain to the Stephen Truscott case, and include payments to Robert Carter, the Law Society of Upper Canada, and for the care of his race horse, Sweepalong.

Spain - travel

File consists of records pertaining to plans made by G. Arthur Martin and his sister, Arlene, to travel to Spain in 1961, a trip that was cancelled due to Martin's trial commitments. These records document their efforts to book lodgings in Spain for three months and consist predominantly of correspondence and telegraphs. Many items in this file are written in Spanish, and some are accompanied by English translations.

British Columbia Law Society

File consists of records pertaining to G. Arthur Martin's membership in the Law Society of British Columbia. The file includes the official documentation created and accumulated by Martin to allow him to practise in British Columbia, including correspondence with the Secretary of the Law Society. Some correspondence in the file involves requests relating to Martin in his capacity as Treasurer of the Law Society of Upper Canada. The records in this file are correspondence, forms, a practice certificate, notices and memoranda.

C.B.C. - This is the Law: July, 1971

File consists of records pertaining to G. Arthur Martin's contracted work for the CBC program "This is the Law", in which Martin appeared as a defence lawyer arguing factual situations in front of a live studio audience. The records in this file are correspondence, a contract and script, notes and newspaper clippings.

Forensic clinic

File consists of records pertaining to the 1956 opening of a forensic clinic as part of the Toronto Psychiatric Hospital. The records in this file are correspondence and a study of forensic cases from the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto.

Bar Admission Course - Criminal Procedure section materials

File consists of records pertaining to the Bar Admission Course, Criminal Procedure section, for which Carter was assistant head under head of course E. Patrick Hartt. The records in this file document course and examination preparations. These records include examinations, notes, correspondence, lists, legal documents, speaking notes and papers.

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