Innovations in evidence and proof : integrating theory, research and teaching /
- Publication info:
- Oxford ; Portland, Ore : Hart, 2009.
Osgoode Hall Law School Library
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Public interest law around the world : report of a symposium held at Columbia University in May 1991 with descriptions of participating legal organizations from twenty countries / organized by NAACP Legal Defense & Educational Fund ; foreword by Julius L. Chambers ; reported by Thomas Hutchins & Jonathan Klaaren ; edited by Julius L. Chambers ... [et al.].
K 2245 A55 1991
- Innovations in evidence and proof : integrating theory, research and teaching / edited by Paul Roberts and Mike Redmayne.
- Other Authors:
Oxford ; Portland, Ore : Hart, 2009
- Item Description:
Originally published: 2007.Consists primarily of revised and edited versions of papers written for the Teaching Evidence Scholarship colloquium, held in Nottingham, England, in September 2004.
- Physical Description:
viii, 413 p. ; 24 cm.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Table of Contents
- Introduction : teaching evidence scholarship / Paul Roberts and Mike Redmayne
- Rethinking the law of evidence : a twenty-first century agenda for teaching and research / Paul Roberts
- Taking facts seriously
- again / William Twining
- A principled approach to relevance : the Cheshire cat in Canada / Christine Boyle
- Analysing evidence case law / Mike Redmayne
- Thinking with and outside the box : developing computer support for evidence teaching / Burkhard Schafer, Jeroen Keppens and Qiang Shen
- Interdisciplinary and comparative perspectives on hearsay and confrontation / Craig R. Callen
- Reasoning, relevance and law reform : the influence of empirical research on criminal adjudication / Jenny McEwan
- Behavioural science data in evidence teaching and scholarship / Roderick Bagshaw
- Teaching evidence scholarship : evidence and the practical process of proof / Andrew Ligertwood
- Battling a good story : cross-examining the failure of the law of evidence / Jill Hunter
- Taking comparative evidence seriously / John Jackson
- Convergence, appropriate fit and values in criminal process / P.J. Schwikkard
- Why international criminal evidence? / Paul Roberts
- A message from elsewhere : witnesses before international criminal tribunals / Robert Cryer.