To Ensure that Justice is Done: Essays in Memory of Marc Rosenberg

ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : 978-0-7798-8083-6
Type de produit : Book
Nombre de pages : Approximately 300 pages
Nombre de volumes : 1 volume bound
Reliure : softcover
Date de publication : 2017-11-30
Éditeur : Canada Law Book
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This volume brings together leading scholars, practitioners, and jurists who have written chapters in tribute to the Honourable Marc Rosenberg’s legal and ethical contributions to the administration of justice.

Inspired by his work as a teacher, a lawyer, and a judge, the contributors reflect on key trends and contemporary issues in jurisprudence, legal education, the administration of justice, and legal ethics. The contributors examine topics including wrongful convictions, social justice and the criminal law, the role of the judge and lawyer, challenges facing the law of evidence, the past and future of Charter justice, and the function of legal education in contributing to the administration of justice in Canada and abroad.

The book is, thus, both a tribute to the life, work, and contributions of Marc Rosenberg, and an indispensable resource for all those concerned with the ways in which we seek justice in and through the law.

À propos de l'auteur

Benjamin L. Berger is Professor and Associate Dean (Students) at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. He received his doctorate from Yale University (2008), where he studied as a Fulbright Scholar. His areas of research and teaching expertise are constitutional and criminal law and theory, the law of evidence, and law and religion. Professor Berger is also the Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Journal of Law and Society.

Emma Cunliffe is Associate Professor at the Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia, and a Senior Visiting Fellow at the University of New South Wales School of Law. She teaches and conducts research in the areas of evidence, criminal law, factual reasoning, and socio-legal research methods. Professor Cunliffe received her Ph.D. from the University of British Columbia in 2009.

James Stribopoulos is a judge of the Ontario Court of Justice. He was the Associate Dean and an Associate Professor at Osgoode Hall Law School prior to his appointment to the bench. His areas of expertise include criminal law, criminal procedure, evidence, and the legal process. He remains an adjunct professor at Osgoode, where he also continues to serve as a Co-Director of the Part-Time LL.M. program specializing in criminal law and procedure. Justice Stribopoulos received his doctorate in law from Columbia University School of Law (2007).

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