Books

Book launch: The Death Penalty and Sex Murder in Canadian History

From Canada’s Confederation in 1867 to the partial abolition of the death penalty a century later, defendants convicted of sexually motivated killings and sexually violent homicides were more likely than any other condemned criminals to be executed for their crimes. Despite the emergence of psychiatric expertise in criminal trials, moral disgust and anger proved more potent in courtrooms, the public mind, and the hearts of the bureaucrats and politicians responsible for determining the outcome of capital cases.

New book by Professor Desmond Manderson examines law through artistic lens

Libraries Without Borders volunteering takes ANU law student to Paris

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