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Law Course Reserves: Administration of Justice

Items on course reserve for Administration of Justice

Title

Call Number

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Prosecutorial misconduct / Robert J. Frater 
(602002043997)

K5425 .F73 2009

25

On the rule of law : history, politics, theory / Brian Z. Tamanaha
(002001647344)

K3171 .T36 2004

0

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

K3402 .U83 1992

0

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

KD8348 .H39 2002eb

0

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

HV6771 .C3B57 2012

0

Understanding institutional diversity [electronic resource] / Elinor Ostrom

HF5549.5 .M5.O.88 2005eb

0

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

H97eb

0

Unjust by design : Canada's administrative justice system / Ron Ellis
(302002224589)

KF5417 .E45 2013

13

Democracy and expertise : reorienting policy inquiry / Frank Fischer
(402001958494)

H97 .F45 2009

0

Unmasking administrative evil / Guy B. Adams and Danny L. Balfour
(702002183253)

JF1525 .E8A33 2009

0

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. 

Please take note of the following reminders: 

  • Please submit your course reserve list as early as possible
  • Course reserve lists are processed in the order they are received
  • There is currently a 15 item maximum 
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    • The Fair Dealings Guidelines explain rules around copying and percentage of books that can be shared with your students.