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Welcome to Carswell's Criminal Law Practice Community Page

Exclusive Feature Series

 

From a select group of our esteemed authors, this exclusive series of insightful features will discuss the most pertinent topics of significance and the latest developments, and how they may impact Canadian criminal law and practice. Complimentary Content exclusive to this Practice Community Page is provided below.

Our May 2015 feature comes from Bruce A. MacFarlane, Q.C., Robert J. Frater, Q.C., and Croft Michaelson, Q.C., the author Team of Drug Offences in Canada, Fourth Edition.  The first ever Canadian partnership of three barristers appointed Queen's Counsel to undertake authorship of a major legal textbook, the team identifies and discusses some of the most notable legal issues and trends in Notable Developments in Drug Law (PDF), that should be of interest to defending and prosecuting counsel, the judiciary and investigators alike.

 

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Current Awareness Resources

Mack's Criminal Law Blog

From Dallas Mack, the author of of Mack's Criminal Law Bulletin (also available on CriminalSource™) and of Mack's Criminal Law Trial Book, this blog is dedicated to helping you keep track of the ongoing developments in Canadian criminal law and fostering thoughtful discussions with contributions from a group of crown counsel across Ontario. Click here for complimentary access to the latest issue of this Blog.

 

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Need CPD credits?  Visit West LegalEdcentre CARSWELL website to search for live and on-demand webinars for Continuing Legal Education that meet your needs, or to purchase and register for any sessions.

 

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2015 Mid-Year Preview:
Have a look at new and upcoming criminal law titles (PDF)

Sample Issue:
Lalande on Sentencing Newsletter (PDF)

 

Recently Cited:
McWilliams' Canadian Criminal Evidence, Fifth Edition, in R. v. Donszelmann (full text case PDF).


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