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Immigration and Refugee Law (3rd Edition)
  • Sharryn J Aiken
  • Colin Grey, Queen’s University Faculty of Law
  • Catherine Dauvergne
  • Gerald Heckman
  • Jamie Liew
  • Constance MacIntosh, Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University

Immigration and Refugee Law: Cases, Materials, and Commentary, 3rd Edition explores the current state of Canada’s evolving immigration system, surveyed in historic, social, and comparative contexts. Authored by Canada’s leading scholars in the field, this casebook equips students with the key building blocks of immigration, refugee, and citizenship law. Each chapter presents a multi-faceted approach to the subject, including insightful commentary on race, gender, and class.

The third edition includes substantial updates to reflect developments in case law as well as legislative and policy reforms implemented over the past five years.

This casebook is ideal for upper-year law school courses in Canada.

Publication Date
Emond Publishing
  • Immigration and Refugee Law in Canada
Citation Information
Sharryn J. Aiken et al, Immigration and Refugee Law, 3rd ed (Toronto: Emond Publishing, 2020).