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Past Law Course Reserves: Sexual Assault (LAW 418)

Items on course reserve for Sexual Assault 2019/2020


Title Call Number Loan Period Checkouts
Sexual offences in Canadian law / Hamish C. Stewart (302002370644) KF9325 .A6S73 2005  2 hr 
Prosecutorial misconduct / Robert J. Frater (602002043997) K5425 .F73 2009  24 hr
Human rights and gender violence : translating international law into local justice
/ Sally Engle Merry
HQ1237 .M47 2006  c.2 24 hr
Sexual assault / by Christine L.M. Boyle (302000372690) KF9325 .B69 1984  24 hr
Sexual assault and the justice gap : a question of attitude / Jennifer Temkin and Barbara Krahé 
KF9329 .T47 2008  2 hr 
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
Confronting sexual assault : a decade of legal and social change / edited by Julian V. Roberts and Renate M. Mohr
KF9325 .A75C65 1994  2 hr 
Prosecuting domestic violence : a philosophical analysis / Michelle Madden Dempsey (702001954633) KF9322 .D46 2009  24 hr
Putting trials on trial : sexual assault and the failure of the legal profession / Elaine Craig (502002373143) KF221 .S49C73 2018  24 hr


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 
  • Prior to requesting items for your course reserve lists please review the USask Fair Dealing Guidelines - Copyright information.

    • The Fair Dealings Guidelines explain rules around copying and percentage of books that can be shared with your students.