|Present||Professor Emeritus, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
Assistant: Rosati, Mary
The Theory and Practice of Representative Negotiation Books (2008)
Emond Montgomery Publications presents a welcome new title in the field of negotiation, The Theory and Practice of Representative Negotiation. With a highly respected line-up of contributors and a strong Canadian focus, this book will ...
Peer Review in Canada: Results from a Promising Experiment Osgoode Hall Law Journal (2008)
The end point in the access to justice debate often focuses on expanding the availability of legal services for the poor. This article argues that true access to justice requires greater focus on the quality ...
The Community Legal Clinic Quality Assurance Program: An Innovative Experience in Quality Assurance in Legal Aid UBC Law Review. Volume 33, Number 2 (2000), p. 243-284. (2000)
The issue of quality in the provision of legal services to low income individuals has become an area of increasing concern and investigation in a number of different jurisdictions around the world. In Ontario, this ...
The Dream Is Still Alive: Twenty-Five Years of Parkdale Community Legal Services and the Osgoode Hall Law School Intensive Program in Poverty Law Osgoode Hall Law Journal (1997)
Over twenty-five years have passed since Parkdale Community Legal Services opened its doors in Toronto, changing the face of poverty law and clinical legal education in Ontario. This article details the formative years of the ...
Community Legal Clinics in Ontario: 1980, A Data Survey Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice. Volume 1 (1981), p. 230-262. (1981)
Community legal clinics have been in existence in Ontario for a decade. By employing a modified version of the questionnaire used in a similar English study in 1975, Professor Zemans has obtained a comprehensive data ...
The Future of Legal Services in Canada Canadian Bar Review. Volume 51, Number 1 (1973), p. 32-39. (1973)
Attempting to describe the future provision of legal services to the poor and working class, this brief article canvasses the evolution of such services and defines those techniques that will evolve further. Believing the changes ...
Contributions to Books (6)
Can Community Clinics Survive?: A Comparative Study of Law Centres in Australia, Ontario and England The Transformation of Legal Aid: Comparative and Historical Studies. Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press, 1999. (1999)
This Chapter grows out of the authors' research into contemporary developments in legal aid in Canada and the international environment. It focuses particularly on community clinics and their equivalents jn Australia, Ontario and England. All ...