Books, Books, and more Books!
Faculty of Law Professors can't stop publishing their research
Law Faculty professors have been busy writing books about their research in unprecedented amounts this year. Last week, Professor Richard Jochelson, Assistant Professor David Ireland and Associate Professor Amar Khoday each had chapters published in a new book edited by Christopher Hunt: Perspectives on Evidentiary Privileges published by Thomson Reuters.
Next, the Faculty learned that Professor Karen Busby has contributed a chapter to LGBTQ2+ Law: Practice Issues and Analysis recently published by Emond, edited by Joanna Radbord. Also just recently, Richard Jochelson and University of Regina, Justice Studies colleague, James Gacek have co-edited a book on Sexual Regulation and the Law: A Canadian Perspective published by Demeter Press, featuring papers by Robson Hall law students and recent graduates.
Jochelson and Ireland’s new book Privacy in Peril: Hunter v Southam and the Drift from Reasonable Search Protections from UBC Press, was third place on McNally Robinson’s Bestseller list for Paperback Non-Fiction last week.