Herbert Marx: an autobiography
H. Marx, My Story (Montréal: Thémis, 2018), 180 p.
Born in Montréal, Herbert Marx received his B.A. from Concordia University, his M.A. in English Literature and a Bachelor of Law Degree from the Université de Montréal. He earned a Master's of Law Degree from Harvard University. Having placed first at the Québec Bar Exams in 1968, he received the prix du Barreau de Paris.
Herbert Marx is the author and co-author of the following books: Les grands arrêts de la jurisprudence constitutionnelle au Canada
(1974); Droit et pauvreté au Québec
with Jean Hétu (1974); The Law and the Poor in Canada
with Irwin Cotler (1977); Droit constitutionnel
with François Chevrette (1982) updated by Han-Ru Zhou (2016)
as well as many peer reviewed articles in law journals.
"A reflective and engaging memoir of the only person I know who has been a lawyer, a professor of law, parliamentarian, Minister of Justice and Attorney General and a Superior Court Judge. A looking glass into the life and times of an extraordinary leader." - Irwin Cotler, former Canadian Minister of Justice
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This content has been updated on May 6th, 2019 at 16 h 12 min.