|Present||Associate Dean (Academic), Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
|Present||Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School of York University|
Assistant: Sujivany Rajaratnam
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Civil Justice, Privatization, and Democracy Books (2014)
Privatization is occurring throughout the public justice system, including courts, tribunals, and state-sanctioned private dispute resolution regimes. Driven by a widespread ethos of efficiency-based civil justice reform, privatization claims to decrease costs, increase speed, and ...
The Courts and Beyond: The Architecture of Justice in Transition Books (2013)
Collection of papers presented at the 2012 CIAJ annual conference held in Calgary, for judges, practitioners, academics and other professionals. The papers included in this collection each provide a useful perspective on various aspects of ...
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 ...
Canadian Civil Justice: Relief in Small and Simple Matters in an Age of Efficiency Erasmus Law Review (2016)
Canada is in the midst of an access to justice crisis. The rising costs and complexity of legal services in Canada have surpassed the need for these services. This article briefly explores some obstacles to ...
Addressing Access to Justice Through New Legal Service Providers: Opportunities and Challenges 3 Texas A & M Law Review (2015)
Most informed observers of the Canadian and American legal systems accept the existence of a significant crisis in access to justice. One possible solution is to permit paralegals, notaries or other licensed individuals with training ...
Learning the 'How' of the Law: Teaching Procedure and Legal Education Osgoode Hall Law Journal (2013)
This article examines the approaches to teaching civil procedure in five common law jurisdictions (Canada, Australia, United States, Israel, and England). The paper demonstrates the important transition of civil procedure from a vocational oriented subject ...
Courts and Procedures: The Changing Roles of the Participants Supreme Court Law Review (2d). Volume 49 (2010), p. 155-160. (2010)
Introduces the International Association of Procedural Law (IAPL) conference focused on the future categories between and within common law, civil law and mixed procedural traditions. Considers the changing roles of witnesses, counsel, judges and other ...
Sustainable Professionalism Osgoode Hall Law Journal (2008)
This article challenges traditional visions of lawyering by building on current alternative narratives and articulating a new discourse of professionalism that is personally, politically, ethically, economically, and professionally sustainable. It is a discourse that makes ...
Re-Framing the Sharia Arbitration Debate Constitutional Forum. Volume 15, Number 2 (2006), p. 79-86. (2006)
This article is a response to Mr. McGuinty regarding his response to religious arbitration in the province of Ontario. First, the issue is not about simply prohibiting religious tribunals. Second, it is not only an ...
Dispute Resolution, Access to Civil Justice and Legal Education Alberta Law Review. Volume 42, No. 3 (2005), p. 741. (2005)
This article examines current dispute resolution teaching and research programs in the context of improving access to justice through recent civil justice reform initiatives. Animated by extensive domestic and international literature, online and survey-based research, ...
Globalization, International Human Rights, and Civil Procedure Alberta Law Review. Volume 41, No. 3 (2003), p. 671. (2003)
This article discusses the modern convergence of three traditionally separate topics: globalization and international human rights on the one hand, and civil procedure on the other. Its project is twofold: first, to highlight the role ...