Introduction to Law in Canada, 3rd Edition
Introduction to Law in Canada, 3rd Edition is a comprehensive overview of the legal system, suitable for any program that offers introductory courses on Canadian law. National in scope, this bestseller explores the nature of law, common and civil law systems, Canada’s constitutional framework, the legal industry in practice, and more.
The third edition features a new chapter exploring the relationship between Indigenous peoples and Canadian law, examining Indigenous legal traditions, landmark cases, and Canada’s response to the call for reconciliation from Indigenous communities. This well-illustrated resource also examines the Charter, criminal law, business law, and international law.
This text’s well organized, pan-Canadian approach combined with its wealth of recent examples make it the ideal resource for any course concerned with introducing the intricacies of Canada’s legal system.