October 24, 2019

Criminal Justice and Evidentiary Thresholds in Canada: the last ten years

A Conference

When: Saturday October 26, 2019

Where: Robson Hall, Moot Court


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‘Legal knowledge’ and ‘knowing’ in the courtroom, often referred to as the law of evid...

September 30, 2019

Paul M Alexander and Prof. Kelly De Luca delve into the complex world of jury instructions in sexual assault trials in “The Mens Rea of Sexual Assault: How Jury Instructions are Getting it Wrong.” The authors argue that standard charges for the offence of sexual assaul...

September 25, 2019

Another must read for Robsoncrim followers is Professor Lucinda Vandervort’s engaging discussion of the R v George case in the context of errors that constitute judicial misconduct. George concerned the trial of a 35-year-old woman accused of sexually assaulting a 14-y...

September 23, 2019

Today's featured article is by Professor Karen Busby and law student, Dr. Davinder Singh and it is entitled “Criminalizing HIV Non-Disclosure: Using Public Health to Inform Criminal Law.” This timely article looks at Supreme Court of Canada cases that effectively crimi...

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