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Criminal Law During (and After) COVID-19 by Professor Terry Skolnik

Manitoba Law Journal just went live with its three latest criminal law editions with 27 peer reviewed articles of import for Canadian Crim scholars.

In this post we feature an article by Professor Terry Skolnik at University of Ottawa. If you were concerned about the justice system during the Pandemic and Covid, this is a must read piece:

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