The Law of the Canadian Constitution
Constitutional law can be complex, and successful navigation through the topic often requires a thorough examination of potential issues from many different perspectives. This new volume offers precisely that. Co-written by an academic and a practitioner with backgrounds in both civil law and common law, The Law of the Canadian Constitution
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Canadian Human Rights Law & Commentary, 2nd Edition
Now in its second edition, this book gives the reader unique insight into Canadian human rights law and its interplay with the country’s international human rights commitments.
Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Administrative Law
Provides a straightforward and accessible discussion of the rules that govern the activities of administrative agencies of government in Canada. Examining the body of general principles which shape the exercise of powers by public authorities, this clear narrative is an ideal general reference for lawyers, jurists or academics seeking a basic statement of the law in this important area.
Halsbury's Laws of Canada - Compensation of Crime Victims / Competition and Foreign Investment / Constitutional Law - Charter of Rights
The Compensation of Crime Victims title discusses the important rights of victims of crime as delineated in federal and provincial legislation, the Competition and Foreign Investment title discusses the legal framework in Canada governing the creation and maintenance of competitive markets through the regulation of anti-competitive business practices, misleading information in the marketplace, mergers and foreign investment and the Constitutional Law - Charter of Rights title discusses the scope
Unsettled Legacy: Thirty Years of Criminal Justice under the Charter
Edited by Professors Benjamin L. Berger and James Stribopoulos of Osgoode Hall Law School, these essays offer insight into every facet of the Charter’s influence over how crimes are defined, investigated and prosecuted.