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Notable new titles
David Matas and Gentiana Morina
Offers a clear and concise account of the procedural and strategic elements involved in achieving refugee status for one’s client. Unlike other texts in this area, this guidebook’s “how-to” approach helps readers navigate each phase of Canada’s refugee determination procedures, from initial proceedings to appeals and remedies.
Find it on the shelf at: KM176.M38 2022
British Columbia Law Institute
British Columbia Law Institute’s guide to writing with regard to gender diversity. Like law, languages and styles of writing evolve over time to meet the needs of new generations. This guide provides helpful information on when and how to use pronouns, honorifics and other gender-inclusive techniques.
Find it on the shelf at: KL34.B758 2022
Ronald Cuming, Catherine Walsh, and Roderick J Wood
This book examines the legal framework for secured credit set out in the Personal Property Security Act (PPSA). First proclaimed by Ontario in 1976, the PPSA is in force today in all nine common law provinces and the three federal territories.
Find it on the shelf at: KN100.C854 2022
Sharon Hartung and Jennifer Zegal
Specialists at the forefront of the digital asset estate planning conversation reveal their multi-disciplinary approach to raise awareness and assist advisors in better understanding the management of digital assets in estate and succession planning and administration.
Find it on the shelf at: KN122.H37 2022