Law Reform in a Changing Society
The Empire Club of Canada Addresses (Toronto, Canada), 7 Mar 1974, p. 265-275
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Law Reform in a Changing Society

A recognition of not only the fact of change, but the rate of change, vis-à-vis Alvin Tofler's "Future Shock." Some personal history and declaration of faith in humanity. The concept of relative freedom and choices to be made. Limitations imposed through law. Changes in law to accommodate itself to a changing society. Societal problems caused by the rate of change. The basic objectives of law reform. The goal of a more ample and readily available justice system.