Collection Spotlight - August 1st, 2018

Administrative Law in Practice: Principles and Advocacy – 2018

By Lorne Sossin, Emily Lawrence

KM 320 .S67 2018

This text combines a comprehensive overview of case law, historical development and policy rationales with practical guidance, providing readers with a thorough understanding of administrative law in Canada.

Available in the Kamloops, Vancouver and Victoria branches.

Criminal Appeals: A Practitioner’s Handbook – 2017

By Mark Halfyard, Michael Dineen, Jonathan Dawe

KN 595.3 .H35 2017

Covering all levels of Canadian court, this practical handbook guides practitioners through the criminal appeal process from start to finish. The book combines analysis of the statutory framework with advice on advocacy strategy and sample precedents.

Available at the Kamloops, Nanaimo, Prince George, Vancouver and Victoria branches.

The Law and Practice of Workplace Investigations – 2017

By Gillian Shearer

KN 192.5 .S54 2017

This book provides an analysis of the various aspects of workplace investigations including, employer duties, consequences of error, rules of conduct, techniques, privilege, negligence, and recovery of costs.

Available at the Nanaimo, Vancouver and Victoria branches.

Prosecuting and Defending Youth Criminal Justice Cases: A Practitioner’s Handbook – 2016

By Brock Jones, Emma Rhodes, Mary Birdsell

KM590 .J66 2016

Incorporating practical guidance, checklists, charts, and precedents, this handbook is designed to assist practitioners who navigate the youth criminal justice system. Special attention is paid to counsel who interact with Indigenous youth, youth with mental illness, and youth in the child welfare system.

Available at the Nanaimo, New Westminster, Prince George, Vancouver and Victoria branches.

Notable New Editions
Behind and Beyond Boilerplate: Drafting Commercial Agreements – 4th Edition, 2018

By Cynthia L. Elderkin, Julia S. Shin Doi

KN254 .E42 2018

Available at the Prince George, Vancouver and Victoria branches.

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