Sopinka, Lederman & Bryant - The Law of Evidence in Canada, 3rd Edition
Stay up-to-date on evidentiary issues with this new edition that includes all significant changes to the law of evidence over the past decade. It is the only major Canadian treatise with in-depth coverage of both civil and criminal evidence.
Products to Consider
Criminal Lawyers' Trial Book
Provides digests of leading cases organized by subject area on virtually every important issue confronting counsel at both the trial and appellate court levels. It offers an excellent starting point for research as well as an aid to the preparation of a case for trial.
Ontario Litigators Guide to Evidence, 6th Edition
Written by a veteran litigator and an adjunct professor at both Canadian and U.S. law schools, this book covers evidentiary questions lawyers face every day in court.
On Trial - Advocacy Skills Law and Practice, 2nd Edition
This practical guide helps you develop winning courtroom techniques and strategies. From the opening address to the final argument, it provides authoritative solutions, useful examples, detailed instruction, and methods of successful preparation.
Proof - Canadian Rules of Evidence, 2nd Edition
Professor Paul Atkinson, an evidence teacher for the last 25 years, explains in easy-to-understand language, the rules and principles of evidence in Canada, and how legal statutes and case precedents determine our evidence laws.
The Conduct of an Appeal, 3rd Edition
This authoritative treatise on appellate practice, first authored by former Supreme Court of Canada Justice John Sopinka and veteran litigator Mark Gelowitz, has been in print since 1993, and is a reference source frequently used by litigation lawyers across Canada.