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Past Law Course Reserves: Administration of Justice

Items on course reserve for Administration of Justice


Call Number


Prosecutorial misconduct / Robert J. Frater 

K5425 .F73 2009


On the rule of law : history, politics, theory / Brian Z. Tamanaha

K3171 .T36 2004


The Uses of discretion / edited by Keith Hawkins (+02000770628)

K3402 .U83 1992


Law as last resort [electronic resource] : prosecution decision-making in a regulatory agency / Keith Hawkins

KD8348 .H39 2002eb


Still dying for a living : corporate criminal liability after the Westray Mine disaster / Steven Bittle (502002186050)

HV6771 .C3B57 2012


Understanding institutional diversity [electronic resource] / Elinor Ostrom

HF5549.5 .M5.O.88 2005eb


Democracy and expertise [electronic resource] reorienting policy inquiry / Frank Fischer



Unjust by design : Canada's administrative justice system / Ron Ellis

KF5417 .E45 2013


Democracy and expertise : reorienting policy inquiry / Frank Fischer

H97 .F45 2009


Unmasking administrative evil / Guy B. Adams and Danny L. Balfour

JF1525 .E8A33 2009


Putting items on reserve

Although physical materials cannot be added, the process of requesting course reserve items remains the same. Please use the electronic form: Put items on course reserve for my class to add items to your course reserve lists. 

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