Edited by Harvey T. Strosberg Q.C., the Canadian Class Action Review is the only journal in Canada focused on publishing leading edge multi-disciplinary scholarship about class actions. The journal's articles and commentary, authored by prominent academics and leading practitioners, appeal to a multidisciplinary audience, including the legal community, the accounting profession, and public relations practitioners. Issue 10.1-2 is available now!
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Harvey T. Strosberg, Q.C., Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Class Action Review, and Irwin Law Inc. are pleased to announce the twelfth annual Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize competition. The prize of $10,000 is awarded to an outstanding student paper on Canadian class actions. The competition is open to all Canadian students enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or professional program. The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2015.
Roger S. Fisher's groundbreaking new English translation of Sophocles’s Antigone offers an authoritative reading of the Greek play as a work of legal literature. It seeks to convey the language of law and the spirit of litigation in the play, which are critically important for understanding the conflict and key characters. It is accompanied by a series of essays serving to guide readers through the play’s legal issues.
Irwin Law Inc., in partnership with ebrary, a leading provider of digital content products and technologies, is pleased to make information from its well-known selection of law titles easier to find, use, and manage than ever!
More Canadians are riding bicycles than ever before, but did you know that riding your bike in Canada is now almost as heavily regulated as driving your car? Craig Forcese and Nicole LaViolette, both law professors and avid cyclists, provide a comprehensive overview of Canadian law for bicycles — covering rules of the road, purchasing and using bicycles, what to do in the case of an accident or a stolen bike, starting up your own cycling club, racing your bike, and much more.
Irwin Law is pleased to partner with Nu-Book to make our books available for iOS and Android devices. Now you can take your research on the go!
This book is about the reach of law beyond state borders from a Canadian perspective. It investigates the scope of the legal and practical power of Canada to assert, and to respond to foreign assertions of, extraterritorial jurisdiction. The book revisits Canadian jurisdictional principles and practices in a way that will resonate with lawyers and legal policy makers of all kinds.
The Law of Evidence, by David M. Paciocco and Lee Stuesser, is Canada’s leading text in evidentiary law in both criminal and civil cases. For nearly two decades, it has been relied upon by judges, practitioners, and scholars both in the courtroom and in the classroom. In the newest edition of this frequently cited book, the authors continue their practice of organizing, explaining, and illustrating the law of evidence clearly, simply, and practically.
Courts, Litigants and the Digital Age: Law, Ethics and Practice author Karen Eltis appeared on Legal Feeds last month to speak about the dangers of vanishing digital evidence online.
To promote a better understanding of the law in relation to cycling, Nicole LaViolette and Craig Forcese are hosting a panel presentation on January 29 at the University of Ottawa, focusing on the “Kanata Five Crash”.
Thursday, January 29, 2015, 6:00 p.m.
Gowlings Moot Court, FTX 147
University of Ottawa, Faculty of Law, 57 Louis-Pasteur Street
At the Toronto International Book Fair last month, authors Craig Forcese and Nicole LaViolette met with Matthew Pioro, editor of Canadian Cycling Magazine, to discuss Every Cyclist's Guide to Canadian Law. Watch the video -- and commiserate on the "jerkiness" of bike theft -- here.
November 26, 2014
Harvey T. Strosberg, Q.C., Editor-in-Chief of the Canadian Class Action Review, and Irwin Law Inc. are pleased to announce the twelfth annual Harvey T. Strosberg Essay Prize competition. The prize of $10,000 is awarded to an outstanding student paper on Canadian class actions.
The competition is open to all Canadian students enrolled in an undergraduate, graduate, or professional program. The deadline for submissions is March 31, 2015.
For more details, click here.
Irwin Law is proud to participate at INSPIRE!: Toronto International Book Fair. Please join us at the Indie Publishers Pavilion for two great book signings:
- Every Cyclist's Guide to Canadian Law with Craig Forcese and Nicole LaViolette on Friday, November 14 from 11:30 to 1 pm
- At the Barricades: A Memoir with A. Alan Borovoy on Saturday, November 15 from 2:30 to 3 pm
Learn more about TIBF at www.torontobookfair.ca.