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Past Law Course Reserves: Sexual Assault (LAW 418)

Items on course reserve for Sexual Assault 2018/2019

Title Call Number Loan Period   Checkouts

Canada's promises to keep : the Charter and violence against women / Lee Lakeman for Canadian Association of Sexual Assault Centres (CASAC) 2003

KF9322 .L35 2004 

3 day


Sexual offences in Canadian law / Hamish C. Stewart (302002370644)

KF9325 .A6S73 2005  2 hr IN 2

The story of Jane Doe : a book about rape / Jane Doe ; illustrated by Shary Boyle

HV6569.C32.O.583 2003  3 day

Trauma, trials, and transformation : guiding sexual assualt victims through the legal system and beyond / Judith Daylen, Wendy van Tongeren Harvey, and Dennis O'Toole

KF9325 .D39 2006  3 day

Human rights and gender violence : translating international law into local justice / Sally Engle Merry (902002227236)

HQ1237 .M47 2006  c.2 24 hr OUT 1

Confronting sexual assault : a decade of legal and social change / edited by Julian V. Roberts and Renate M. Mohr (102000808838)

KF9325.A75C65 1994  3 day

Prosecutorial misconduct / Robert J. Frater (602002043997)

K5425.F73 2009  24 hr OUT 1
Preventing sexual violence : interdisciplinary approaches to overcoming a rape culture / edited by Nicola Henry, Anastasia Powell
HV6556.P748 2014  3 day
Prosecuting domestic violence : a philosophical analysis / Michelle Madden Dempsey
KF9322 .D46 2009  24 hr OUT 1


Adding items to your course reserves

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.