New Books in the Library, Part 1

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By Sarah Roussel-Lewis

cancitiz&immCanadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility: Criminal Law Edition

“Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Inadmissibility: Criminal Law Edition provides practical and tactical guidance on how to effectively manage criminal immigration files, for criminal lawyers and paralegals representing different status holders under the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act (IRPA).”

 

cancrimlaw7thCanadian Criminal Law: a treatise

With the seventh edition of Canadian Criminal Law, Professor Stuart’s Treatise remains the preeminent authority on the principles of the substantive criminal law of Canada, giving you expert interpretation on not only the past developments, but also the future directions, in criminal law.

 

 

canfaml&immCanadian Family and Immigration Law

“This publication contains policy discussions relevant for both immigration law and family law, detailed explanations of specific issues, and discussion of recent jurisprudence and legislation.”

 

 

 

canpatlawCanadian Patent Law Benchbook

“Originally done as a resource for Canadian judges, Canadian Patent Law Benchbook provides a thorough analysis of Canadian patent law. Contributors use their considerable experience to bring their unique insights and provide clarity into Canadian patent law.”

 

 

canadian patent law benchbookCanadian Trade-Mark Law Benchbook

“Originally done as a resource for Canadian judges, Canadian Trade-Mark Law Benchbook provides a thorough analysis of Canadian trade-mark law. Contributors use their considerable experience to bring their unique insights and provide clarity to Canadian trade-mark law.”

 

 

childlawhandChildren’s Law Handbook

“The third edition of this desk reference is intended for those who work with children and allows readers to quickly find and identify important legal points, issues and consequences to consider during decision-making.”

 

 

copyrightCopyright: Cases and Commentary on the Canadian and International Law

“Copyright law grants exclusive rights for limited terms to the authors of musical, literary, dramatic and artistic works. This casebook presents extracts from the leading cases from both Canadian and international jurisprudence to illustrate the legal concepts, doctrinal evolution and current approaches to copyright issues.”

 

 

Source: Thomson Reuters Carswell

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