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Beverley McLachlin

The Legacy of a Supreme Court Chief Justice

As a judge, Beverley McLachlin has had an unequalled impact on Canadian life. She stands out for her unique ability to stand up for the values and beliefs that reflect the best of Canada and … ; 232 View

Courts, Litigants, and the Digital Age 2/e

Law, Ethics, and Practice

Courts, Litigants, and the Digital Age examines the ramifications of technology for courts, judges, and the administration of justice. It sets out the issues raised by technology, and, … 209 View

Sovereignty, Restraint, and Guidance

Canadian Criminal Law in the 21st Century

Students, academics, and lawyers often think of the substantive criminal law as if it were just another branch of the common law. On this understanding, it falls to the courts to decide on a … 614 View

Supreme Court on Trial

Judicial Activism or Democratic Dialogue

The Supreme Court of Canada has been accused of usurping Canadian democracy on a long list of divisive topics, including assisted dying, sex work, supervised injection sites, same-sex marriage, … 526 View

The Death of a Butterfly

Mental Health Court Diaries

Canada has seen a dramatic increase in the numbers of mentally ill people entering the criminal justice system. In Canada and the United States, mental health courts were introduced in the late … 252 View
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Introduction

From: Courts, Litigants, and the Digital Age 2/e

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Guidance to judges, litigants and lawyers regarding practical, legal and ethical issues of privacy in the context of technological advances regarding access to digital information. 16 $1.60 Add
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Introduction

From: Beverley McLachlin

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An introduction to the book. An brief overview of what the book covers. ; 6 $0.60 Add
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Introduction

From: The Death of a Butterfly

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The introduction discusses the mental health court, and its relationship with the mentally disordered accused from the perspective of Ontario Court Justice Richard D. Schneider. 7 $0.70 Add
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Introduction: Three Pillars of Canadian Criminal Law

From: Sovereignty, Restraint, and Guidance

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The introduction outlines the structure of the book as well as its three primary theses: the statutory interpretation thesis, the restraint thesis, and the guidance thesis. 39 $3.90 Add
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The Supreme Court on Trial

From: Supreme Court on Trial

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Outline of the debate over judicial activism in relation to the manner in which the Supreme Court of Canada has interpreted the Charter. 13 $1.30 Add
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Early Years

From: Beverley McLachlin

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Discusses McLachlin’s early life and childhood in rural Alberta. An overview of her family, school and early influences. ; 15 $1.50 Add
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Framing the Issues

From: Courts, Litigants, and the Digital Age 2/e

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Overview of the issues arising from the interplay between technology and judging. 8 $0.80 Add
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History

From: The Death of a Butterfly

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Chapter 1 provides a history of the mental health court, and how the mental health court in Toronto came to be. This chapter also looks into the increase in the numbers of mentally ill people … 38 $3.80 Add
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Mostly Sovereign

From: Sovereignty, Restraint, and Guidance

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Chapter 1 considers the constitutional and statutory context within which criminal legislation is created and interpreted. It examines the boundaries placed on Parliament’s criminal … 44 $4.40 Add
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The Endless American Debate

From: Supreme Court on Trial

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Outline of the debate over judicial activism in relation to the manner in which the United States Supreme Court has interpreted the Bill of Rights. 22 $2.20 Add
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A "Body of Precedent Written on the Wind?"

Wiki Courts, "Link Rot," and Independent Judicial Research

From: Courts, Litigants, and the Digital Age 2/e

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Examination of issues relating to judicial use of online information. 40 $4.00 Add