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KENNEDY, William Paul McClure (1879 - 1963), Professor Emeritus of Law and Dean Emeritus of the Faculty of the School of Law, University of Toronto, since 1949; Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, 1949; Member of the Canadian Bar Association; Legal Adviser: to Royal Commission on Dominion-Provincial Relations, 1937–38; to Prime Minister and Attorney-Gen. of Ont. at Dominion-Provincial Conf. on Canadian Constitutional Law, 1950–51; Member Attorney-General’s Committee on BNA Act, 1935; Expert Witness before the Special Committee of the House of Commons on the revision of the BNA Act, 1935; External Examiner, Faculty of Law, University of Melbourne, 1931–32; Member of and Draughtsman to the Committee of the Govt of Canada on the Law of Nationality, 1928–29; appointed by Govt of Canada to prepare a confidential report on workings of Law of Nationality, 1930; Canadian Legal Corresp. for S. African Law Times, 1932–37; Goldwin Smith Lectr in Constitutional Law, Cornell Univ., 1926–27; Kirby Foundation Lectr on Comparative Law Lafayette Coll., 1930–31; Assoc. Prof. of Modern History and Special Lecturer on Federal Law, Univ. of Toronto, 1914–26; Prof. of Law and Dean of Faculty of Law, Univ. of Toronto, 1926–49; Member Canadian Delegation, British Commonwealth Relations Conference, Toronto, 1933; Editor (and Founder) of University of Toronto Law Journal, 1935–49; Legal Adviser to Committee which drafted the Constitution of the IFS; Emeritus Member of Soc. of Public Teachers of Law, 1949

 

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Although the British North America Act (now the Constitution Act, 1867) did not provide for federal–provincial conferences, negotiations between the two levels of government have been a feature of Canadian ...

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