We have received a number of new titles to add to our print collection. Although the library is not open quite yet, we can still arrange for loans for any of these new items. Email us for more info at library@lawsociety.mb.ca.

A Guide to Mental Disorder Law in Canadian Criminal Justice, by Michael Davies, Anita Szigeti, Meaghan McMahon, and Jill R. Presser
“This authoritative text on mental disorder matters in Canadian criminal justice will assist counsel in all such proceedings. The volume sets out the applicable law and provides practical advice on mental disorder cases. It is a comprehensive guide to criminal litigation involving vulnerable accused persons who may be unfit to stand trial, considering whether to seek a verdict of “Not Criminally Responsible” and navigating through the complex provisions within Part XX.1, the Mental Disorder Provisions of the Code.

Lawyer’s Professional Liability — 4th ed. by Stephen Grant, Linda Rothstein, and John Adair
“This essential resource offers practical guidance for avoiding legal malpractice claims and is particularly relevant for any lawyer involved in adjudicating, litigating or settling legal malpractice suits. Now in its fourth edition, this reference volume features the latest jurisprudence and updated content to reflect the current state of lawyers’ professional liability, making it a vital addition to every lawyer’s bookshelf.”

General Principles of Canadian Insurance Law — 3rd ed. by Barbara Billingsley

Whether you are preparing and arguing insurance cases in court, assessing the enforceability of an insurance contract, or advising clients about their insurance contracts – General Principles of Canadian Insurance Law, 3rd Edition provides the straightforward analysis and valuable insight you need to be at your most effective. This comprehensive publication focuses exclusively on Canadian insurance law general principles, and is now fully updated to take into account the latest developments in case law and insurance regulation.

A Guide to Canadian Money-Laundering Legislation — 6th ed. by Suhuyini Abudulai
“As an active participant in international efforts to combat money laundering and terrorist financing activity, Canada has continued to revise its legislation to enhance the country’s capacity to protect its financial system and to meet international standards.

Now in its Sixth Edition, this legal reference is updated by Suhuyini Abudulai to keep you abreast of the latest amendments to the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and its associated regulations.”

Judicial Review of Immigration Decisions by Lorne Waldman
“Unlike other applicants, those looking for judicial review of such decisions have to clear the additional hurdle of seeking leave to commence their application. Judicial Review of Immigration Decisions offers expert insight and practical advice on every step of the judicial review process – from filing the initial motion for leave to appealing a decision of the Federal Court of Appeal. In addition, this text provides detailed interpretation of the applicable Federal Courts Citizenship, Immigration and Refugee Protection Rules, as well as in-depth analysis of the relevant jurisprudence.”

Nathan and Goldfarb’s Company Meetings for Share Capital — 12th ed. by Hartley R. Nathan, and Clifford S. Goldfarb

“Now in its 12th edition, the newly retitled Nathan & Goldfarb’s Company Meetings for Share Capital and Non-Share Capital Corporations discusses the rules of procedure specific to meetings of directors, shareholders, and members for share capital and non-share capital corporations.”

The library will be closed on Monday, May 20th for Victoria Day