The Charter of Rights in Litigation: Direction from The Supreme Court of Canada (Print + ProView Online)

ISBN/ISSN/No. de produit : L91103
Type de produit : Supplemented book + Online
Coût de mise à jour prévu : $286 per supplement (5-7 per year). Supplements invoiced separately.
Nombre de volumes : 2 volume looseleaf supplemented book
Reliure : 5-Ring Binder
Date de publication : 1990-10-01
Éditeur : Canada Law Book
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Digest of Charter cases available online! This resource offers immediate and insightful reference to Charter issues and arguments and brief yet comprehensive summaries of the Supreme Court of Canada Charter decisions.This publication includes:
  • 47 chapters analyzing what the Supreme Court has said on key issues
  • Principles of interpretation
  • Jurisdictional issues
  • Selected bibliographies
  • Digests of Charter cases decided by the Supreme Court of Canada which are now available online with links to the full text decisions
Use this concise and carefully written resource when you need to decide:
  • Whether the Charter applies to a case
  • Jurisdiction of courts to hear a Charter claim
  • Practice and procedure in Charter cases, including evidentiary requirements, when an issue is moot and obtaining leave to appeal
Vol. 1 ISBN 0-88804-100-4Vol. 2 ISBN 0-88804-237-X

À propos de l'auteur

Mahmud Jamal is a partner in the litigation department of Osler, Hoskin & Harcourt LLP. From 1994-95 he served as Law Clerk to the Honourable Justice Charles Gonthier of the Supreme Court of Canada.
Matthew Taylor is a lawyer with the Ministry of the Attorney General of British Columbia in Vancouver. From 1994-95 he served as Law Clerk to the Honourable Justice G.V. La Forest of the Supreme Court of Canada.