The Administration of Justice and National Security in Democracies
This volume resulted from the International Conference on the Administration of Justice and National Security in Democracies, held in Ottawa in June 2007 and organized jointly by the Courts Administration Service and the Canadian Centre of Intelligence and Security Studies at Carleton University. The Conference brought together members of the judiciary, government officials, and academics from democracies around the world to share their views on the continuing importance and ongoing challenges of the administration of justice and the rule of law in the context of modern threats to national security, in particular those posed by transnational Islamist terrorism.
Christopher K Penny
Christopher Penny is Assistant Professor of International Law at the Norman Patterson School of International Affairs (NPSIA). Prior to joining the full-time faculty, he taught as a sessional lecturer at NPSIA as well as at the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law where he also coordinated the International Law program. Professor Penny is a member of the Law Society of Upper Canada and also serves as a Canadian Forces reserve legal officer (Army Lieutenant-Colonel) in the Directorate of International and Operational Law in the Office of the Judge Advocate General.
This project is funded in part by the Government of Canada. Ce projet est financé en partie par le gouvernement du Canada.
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