Introduction to Law in Canada

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Prentice Hall Allyn and Bacon Canada, 2000 - Law - 367 pages

Designed for use in Introductory Law courses for non-majors in law. The course is found in Political Science departments in universities, and Law Enforcement, Paralegal, and Legal Secretary programs in community colleges.

This text introduces the legal principles that are basic to all major areas of the Canadian legal system. The integration of legal theory and practical application using current case law allow students to appreciate the impact that law has on all aspects of every day life. Introduction to Law in Canada provides a solid introduction to Canadian law and institutions and strikes a balance between theory and practice.

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