Canadian Lawyer

September 2020

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Page 34 of 51 33 Cultivate a deeper understanding of the Canadian criminal legal system Available risk-free for 45 days Online: Call Toll-Free: +1 800 387 5164 In Toronto: 416 609 3800 $198 Print + ProView eBook Softcover + eBook April 2020 approx. 900 pages 978-0-7798-9707-0 ProView eBook only $165 Print only $165 From Crime to Punishment, 9th Edition reviews the foundations of the Canadian criminal law system and examines the entire criminal process from the commission of a crime to conviction and sentencing. The authors also cover diverse topics ranging from the basic principles of criminal law to how judges determine the credibility of witnesses in courtroom proceedings. Written in plain language and an approachable style, this 30th anniversary edition will help practitioners, students, and law enforcement professionals develop a deeper understanding of the fundamentals of the Canadian criminal legal system. Previous editions of From Crime to Punishment have sold thousands of copies over the last 30 years. The 9th edition continues to provide an invaluable introduction to Canadian criminal law and procedure. New and updated in this edition • Updated chapters in light of recent amendments to the Criminal Code • New chapter on Indigenous Offenders and the Canadian Justice System, by Sylvia Domaradazki Choose eBook, print, or both Experience the freedom and flexibility to work wherever and whenever you want, with or without an internet connection, with Thomson Reuters ProView®, the premier eBook experience for professionals worldwide. New Edition From Crime to Punishment, 9th Edition Joel E. Pink, Q.C., and David C. Perrier, Ph.D. © 2020 Thomson Reuters TR1019841-NM Also available as an eBook on Thomson Reuters ProView® 30th Anniversary Edition GOVERNMENT/NON-PROFITS/ASSOCIATIONS CHARLENE THEODORE Toronto In-House Counsel, Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association Charlene Theodore is the president of the Ontario Bar Association and the first Black person and the 10th woman to serve in the role since the association's establishment in 1907. At the OBA, Theodore has shown leadership in her efforts to boost the opportunities of women, people of colour and minorities in the legal profession and in the legal industry. She spearheaded the collaborative change initiative Diversity in Leadership: What Great Organizations Can Do Now, as well as the Inclusive Leaders professional development program. With the Ontario English Catholic Teachers' Association, she has assisted in achieving positive results in relation to wage restraint legislation, teacher strikes, school closures and other relevant issues. She also gives the association advice on human rights, pensions, benefits and regulatory and fiduciary duties. She is actively involved in the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers and in the Canadian Association of Labour Lawyers, through which she connects students and young lawyers to mentors. She herself mentors many students and new lawyers.

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