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Faculty Book Publications

  • Professor Alice Woolley has published the second edition of Understanding Lawyers' Ethics in Canada, published by LexisNexis Canada (November 30, 2016). This useful text sets out numerous ethical issues lawyers face in their dealings with clients – complete with analysis, commentary and insight.
  • Professor Al Lucas and Professor Emerita Arlene Kwasniak, along with co-author Elaine Hughes, have published the book Public Lands and Resources Law in Canada. The book is the first and only legal textbook that surveys key legal issues common to the regulation of all resource sectors in Canada, and is available from Irwin Law in July 2016.
  • Professor Alice Woolley is a co-editor (with Adam Dodek) and contributor of the book In Search of the Ethical Lawyer: Stories from the Canadian Legal Profession, available from University of British Columbia Press in January 2016.
  • Professor Emily Laidlaw published the book Regulating Speech in Cyberspace: Gatekeepers, Human Rights and Corporate Responsibility in 2015 with Cambridge University Press.
  • Professor Bryce Tingle has published Start-Up and Growth Companies in Canada - A Guide to Legal and Business Practice (2nd edition) with LexisNexis Canada. When this book was originally published in 2005, it was the first of its kind written for legal, business and finance professionals who service clients in the start-up and growth company sector.
  • Professor Emeritus Pat Knoll has published Criminal Law Defences, 4th edition (Carswell). His book is the only comprehensive work on Canadian criminal law defences. Criminal Law Defences explains how each possible defence attacks the Crown's case, how it must be made out, the shifting standards and burdens of proof. The first edition was published in 1987 and continues to be of interest to practicing criminal lawyers today.