We are thrilled to announce additional digital criminal law content available to all members: Emond Publications award-winning Criminal Law series.
Emond’s award-winning Criminal Law Series offers clear, concise guidance on the practical and procedural aspects of criminal law. Ideally suited for members of the criminal bar and judiciary, this collection covers discrete areas of criminal practice, anchored by the expertise of General Editors Brian H. Greenspan and Justice Vincenzo Rondinelli. Most titles are authored by both defence and Crown counsel, lending balance and comprehensiveness to the series.
These e-books are accessible by signing in to the member’s portal, clicking on the “Library Resources” on the left hand navigation panel, and then scrolling to the bottom of the page. Don’t miss out on our other resources there, like Rangefindr.ca, a criminal sentencing digest. Go to our “Legal Ease” page for guides on how to use these products if you have difficulty, or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Great Library has been hosting a student from the Library and Information Technology program at Red River College for the past two weeks. Artemis Hedrich is in the final few months of the program, and this was an opportunity for her to see how a law library works. With help from legal information professional Allyssa McFadyen, she put together a display on the many resources of Manitoba law that are available both here at the Great Library and online.
Titles in the display
Chief Justice Samuel Freedman: A Great Canadian Judge by Cameron Harvey
Manitoba Law Journal | 2017 Volume 40 Number 3 | Criminal Law edition
The Manitoba Gazette | 2013 PT. 1- 52 – print copies between 1901-2013
Manitoba Regulations | 1/2017 – 171/2017 – print copies between 1946-2017, online access to current
Segal’s Motor Vehicle and Impaired Driving Newsletter
Police Powers Newsletter
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