Canadian Courts: Law, Politics, and Process

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Oxford University Press Canada, 2015 - Courts - 457 pages
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This comprehensive introduction to the contemporary Canadian judicial process and its relationship to law and politics engages students in key concepts, theories, and debates. Fully updated to reflect recent changes in Canadian law and politics, Canadian Courts is the most current resourceavailable on the subject.

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Lori Hausegger is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science and co-director of the Canadian Studies Program at Boise State University. She has a Master's degree in political science from the University of Calgary and a Ph.D. in political science from the Ohio StateUniversity. Her research interests include comparative courts, judicial selection, judicial decision-making, and court-congress relations.Matthew Hennigar is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at Brock University. His research and teaching focuses on the legal and institutional dimensions of Canadian and comparative politics, especially the judiciary's organization and impact on public policy, the Canadiangovernment's legal bureaucracy, rights litigation, and constitutional politics.Troy Riddell is an associate professor in the Department of Political Science at the University of Guelph. His teaching and research focuses on constitutional and judicial politics and public policy/administration both in Canada and in a comparative context. His current research investigates howCharter of Rights and Charter decisions by the courts, particularly the Supreme Court, impact public policy and administration.

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