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ROBIDAUX, Joseph Emery, Canadian educator, born in St. Philippe, Laprairie, Quebec, 10 March, 1844. He was educated at the Montreal and Jesuits' colleges, and graduated in law at McGill university in 1866. He was admitted to the bar in that year, was appointed queen's counsel, and has been professor of civil law at McGill university since 1877. In 1879 he was a commissioner to report on the administration of justice in Montreal, and a member of the commission to inquire into matters connected with the building of the parliament house in Quebec. Mr. Robidaux was elected to the Quebec legislative assembly, 26 March, 1884, and re-elected in December, 1886.
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