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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 
IN
4
Prosecutorial misconduct / Robert J. Frater (602002043997) K5425 .F73 2009  24 hr
OUT
0
Human rights and gender violence : translating international law into local justice
/ Sally Engle Merry
(902002227236)
HQ1237 .M47 2006  c.2 24 hr
OUT
1
Sexual assault / by Christine L.M. Boyle (302000372690) KF9325 .B69 1984  24 hr
​​​​​​​OUT
0
Sexual assault and the justice gap : a question of attitude / Jennifer Temkin and Barbara Krahé 
(602001969011)
KF9329 .T47 2008  2 hr 
​​​​​​​IN
0
Trauma, trials, and transformation : guiding sexual assualt victims through the legal system and beyond / Judith Daylen, Wendy van Tongeren Harvey, and Dennis O'Toole
(802001839972)
KF9325 .D39 2006  3 day
​​​​​​​OUT
0
Confronting sexual assault : a decade of legal and social change / edited by Julian V. Roberts and Renate M. Mohr
(102000808838)
KF9325 .A75C65 1994  2 hr 
​​​​​​​IN
0
Prosecuting domestic violence : a philosophical analysis / Michelle Madden Dempsey (702001954633) KF9322 .D46 2009  24 hr
​​​​​​​OUT
0
Putting trials on trial : sexual assault and the failure of the legal profession / Elaine Craig (502002373143) KF221 .S49C73 2018  24 hr
​​​​​​​OUT
0

 

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