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Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal
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Editors/Rédacteurs: Patrick Healy and/et Anne-Marie Boisvert

This Canadian journal of criminal law features the interaction of defence counsel, Crown prosecutors and the judiciary with leading academics to cover the critical issues that are encountered in the courtroom and, at the same time, that are analyzed in the classroom. Recent issues have examined topics such as conditional sentencing, criminal offences on the Internet and third-party disclosure. The Editorial Board is drawn from esteemed members of the judiciary, leading Crown prosecutors and defence counsel, and outstanding academic theoreticians. Ce journal canadien de droit pénal présente l’interaction des avocats de la défense, du ministère public et des membres de la magistrature avec des universitaires de premier plan à propos de questions cruciales soumises à la cour et, au même moment, étudiées en classe. Les récents numéros ont traité de sujets variés, tels que les tendances récentes en matière d’imposition des peines et le traitement réservé aux jeunes contrevenants. Le comité de rédaction est composé de membres estimés de la magistrature, d’avocats de premier plan du ministère public et de la défense ainsi que d’éminents théoriciens.

About the Author
Patrick Healy: In 2007 Patrick Healy was appointed Judge of the Court of Quebec, Criminal and Penal Division. Prior to his appointment he was a professor of law for almost twenty years at McGill University. There he specialised in matters of criminal law, including substantive law, procedure, evidence, sentencing, comparative criminal law and international criminal law. Before and after his appointment to the bench Patrick Healy has lectured extensively in programmes for the continuing education of judges and lawyers. He is also a director of the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice. He continues to teach two courses each year in the Faculty of Law at McGill University.
Anne-Marie Boisvert has taught at the Faculty of Law at the University of Montreal since 1987. She was Dean of the Faculty of Law from 2004 to 2008, and then Vice Dean delegated to negotiate with the Université de Montréal professors' union. She is a member of the Quebec Bar since 1985. After earning her LL.M. from Harvard University she clerked at the Supreme Court of Canada to Justice Antonio Lamer from 1985 to 1986. Ms. Boisvert was a guest professor at several law faculties, including McGill University and the University of Ottawa as well as Nantes University, Aix-Marseille University and Lyon University in France. She has authored numerous publications and communiqués in the area of Canadian criminal law, corporate and international criminal law.