Canada, Canadian Criminal Law, Canadian Judicial Matters
The Elgar Encyclopedia of Crime and Criminal Justice stands apart as the most comprehensive global reference title in its field.
Featuring the work of over 200 scholars and practitioners from around the world, the Encyclopedia presents an accessible and uniquely far-reaching set of entries on topics associated with crime and criminal justice. Within this flagship work, the incredible breadth and depth of the field is captured by a diverse and international range of contributors.
The Encyclopedia is curated by a team of globally renowned scholars and is ambitious in its scope – comprising thematic, regional and comparative coverage with an emphasis on international and European criminal law. Entries give a concise summary of the accumulated knowledge on their topic, followed by a list of references to facilitate further study.
• Over 250 entries
• Entries organized alphabetically for ease of navigation
• Fully cross-referenced
• Entries written by scholars and practitioners from around the world
• World class editorial team.
The Encyclopedia will be available online ahead of print, followed by a multi-volume print edition.
Robert Currie & Adelina Iftene, "Canada" in Pedro Caeiro, Sabine Gless & Valsamis Mitsilegas, eds, Elgar Encyclopedia of Crime and Criminal Justice (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing) [forthcoming in 2024].