Chief Justice Samuel Freedman: a great Canadian judge : a collection of the reasons for judgement of the Honourable Samuel Freedman, Justice of the Court of Queen's Bench of Manitoba (1952-60), Justice of the Court of Appeal of Manitoba (1960-83, and Chief Justice of Manitoba (1971-83)
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