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The Law of Domestic Conflict in Canada (Print + ProView online)
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The work is a comprehensive treatment of the various topics that fall under the ambit of domestic violence. This excellent work includes discussion of the complex intersection of family law, civil law and criminal law in cases of domestic violence, balancing substantive law and the practice of law. Carefully researched and written, this work provides an exhaustive background in the area, as well as the tools to assist the legal or social work professional in competently meeting the needs of parties in cases involving domestic violence. The work addresses topics of interest to criminal lawyers, both defence counsel and Crown attorneys, including evidentiary issues in criminal proceedings, common offences such as assault, uttering threats, stalking, and defences advanced such as self-defence and provocation. This is the only work of its kind dedicated to the law of domestic violence in Canada. No other work outfits the practitioner with the tools necessary to advise clients in a matter that transcends many areas of practice. Get FREE eBook access with your looseleaf subscription(s) This title has become a part of Thomson Reuters ProView™, which means you'll have eBook access to all the content as part of your looseleaf print subscription. About Thomson Reuters ProView™ Not just any eReader, Thomson Reuters ProView is a free, professional-grade platform that gives you the freedom to work however, whenever, and wherever you want, with access to your Thomson Reuters eBooks online and offline. With our ProView eBooks, you can:
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À propos de l'auteur
Catherine T. Christopher has been involved in hundreds of files involving domestic violence since 1996. A former project director of a domestic violence court, Ms. Christopher also co-facilitated a witness preparation program for complainants in cases where criminal charges have been laid arising out of domestic violence. She has delivered numerous presentations to domestic violence service providers, including law enforcement agencies, probation officers, social workers, Crown prosecutors and university faculties. She was awarded a Distinguished Service Award jointly by the Law Society of Alberta and the Canadian Bar Association in 2002, and appointed a Queen's Counsel in 2003. Ms. Christopher is the author of The Law of Domestic Conflict in Canada.