|Present||Associate Dean (Students), Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
|Present||Associate Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
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Evidence: A Canadian Casebook, 4th Edition Books (2016)
Designed to meet the needs of second-year and third-year courses in evidence, Evidence: A Canadian Casebook, 4th Edition investigates the rules and principles that govern how facts are established in legal proceedings. Helps instructors bridge ...
Criminal Law and Procedure: Cases and Materials, 11th Edition Books (2015)
Criminal Law and Procedure: Cases and Materials, now in its eleventh edition, weaves commentary and case law together to provide contextual background for the legislation that governs both regulatory and criminal offences. The text also ...
Law's Religion : Religious Difference and the Claims of Constitutionalism Books (2015)
Prevailing stories about law and religion place great faith in the capacity of legal multiculturalism, rights-based toleration, and conceptions of the secular to manage issues raised by religious difference. Yet the relationship between law and ...
Unsettled Legacy: Thirty Years of Criminal Justice under the Charter Books (2012)
After thirty years, what effect has the Charter had on the justness of the Canadian criminal justice system? This thought-provoking collection of essays by a group of leading criminal law scholars explores that very question, ...
Criminal Law and Procedure: Cases and Materials, 10th Edition Books (2010)
Building on Martin Friedland's acclaimed and innovative course materials, this new edition of Criminal Law and Procedure provides a valuable teaching tool for introductory courses on criminal law and criminal justice. Students are provided with ...
The Grand Experiment Law and Legal Culture in British Settler Societies Books (2008)
In the late nineteenth century, the English legal historians Frederick Pollock and F.W. Maitland coined the phrase "the grand experiment" to describe the spread of English law throughout the British Empire. For Pollock and Maitland, ...
Belonging to Law: Religious Difference, Secularism, and the Conditions of Civic Inclusion Social & Legal Studies (2015)
This article examines the appeal to law as the basis for civic identity and political belonging under conditions of religious diversity. Beginning by assessing the descriptive utility of the concept of ‘secularism’, the article argues ...
Sentencing and the Salience of Pain and Hope Supreme Court Law Review (2015)
Sentencing judges rarely speak about punishment. There is muchdiscussion of sentencing objectives, with courts debating, for example, therelative situational importance of deterrence and denunciation, as comparedwith rehabilitation. Appellate courts emphasize the fundamental purpose ofsentencing, which, ...
Religious Diversity, Education, and the "Crisis" in State Neutrality Canadian Journal of Law and Society/Revue Canadienne Droit et Société. Volume 29, Issue 1 (2014), p. 103-122. (2014)
Education – and particularly public education – has become a crucible for the relationship between state and religious diversity, a principal site for contemporary debates about the meaning of secularism and the management of religious ...
Children of Two Logics: A Way into Canadian Constitutional Culture International Journal of Constitutional Law. (2013)
Through an analysis of the Canadian case, this article explores the tension between the universal and the particular in modern constitutional imagination, arguing that the points of friction between these two “logics” of constitutionalism are ...
Key Theoretical Issues in the Interaction of Law and Religion: A Guide for the Perplexed Constitutional Forum Constitutionnel (2011)
There is perhaps no more important access point into the key issues of modern political and legal theory than the questions raised by the interaction of law and religion in contemporary constitutional democracies. Of course, ...