|Present||Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
Assistant: Rosati, Mary
Is Eating People Wrong?: Great Legal Cases and How They Shaped the World Books (2010)
Great cases are those judicial decisions around which the common law develops. This book explores eight exemplary cases from the United Kingdom, the United States, and Australia that show the law as a living, breathing, ...
The Civil Litigation Process: Cases and Materials, 7th Edition Books (2010)
In its 7th edition, The Civil Litigation Process remains Canada's leading casebook on civil procedure. The new edition reflects recent developments in the law and embodies changes in the evolving approach to the teaching and ...
The Province of Jurisprudence Democratized Books (2008)
The Province of Jurisprudence Democratized explores the implications of taking a vigorously democratic approach to issues of traditional legal theory. Allan C. Hutchinson introduces the democratic vision and examines the complementary philosophy of a Dewey-inspired ...
Legal Ethics and Professional Responsibility [2nd Edition] Books (2006)
The importance of ethical behaviour and professional responsibility has long been something lawyers have insisted is a hallmark of their chosen profession. However, many lawyers would argue that a discussion of these matters is necessary ...
If Plato Had Played Football: Playing a Different Game of Philosophy and Life Books (2006)
This book takes football and its surrounding myths and milieus as a legitimate occasion for reflections on life and living. It taps into the enormous energy and emotions that are expended on football throughout the ...
It's All in the Game: A Non-Foundational Account of Law and Adjudication Books (2000)
Three questions concerning modern legal thought provide the framework for It's All in the Game: What should judges do? What do judges do? What can judges do? Contrasting his own answers to traditional responses and ...
Waiting for Coraf: A Critique of Law and Rights Books (1995)
Although primarily focusing on Canadian cases and writings, Hutchinson raises concerns that stretch well beyond Canada's boundaries. He condemns the assumptions and institutions associated with liberalism generally and shows how even critics of constitutional decision-making ...