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Friedland, Martin L(awrence)

FRIEDLAND, Martin L(awrence)

FRIEDLAND, Martin L(awrence). Canadian, b. 1932. Genres: Civil liberties/Human rights, Criminology/True Crime, Education, History, Law. Career: Osgoode Hall Law School, Toronto, ON, Canada, assistant professor, then associate professor of law, 1961-65; University of Toronto, associate professor, 1965-68, professor of law, 1968-98, dean of law faculty, 1972-79, University Professor, 1985-98, professor of law emeritus, 1998-; writer. Visiting professor at Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University, both 1979; Cambridge University, visiting fellow of Clare Hall and Institute of Criminology, 1980; Centre of Criminology, member, 1984-; Massey College, senior fellow, 1985-; Canadian Institute for Advanced Research, fellow, 1986-98. Publications: Detention before Trial, 1965; Double Jeopardy, 1969; Courts and Trials: A Multidisciplinary Approach, 1975; Access to the Law, 1975; National Security: The Legal Dimensions, 1980; The Trials of Israel Lipski: A True Story of a Victorian Murder in the East End of London, 1984; A Century of Criminal Justice: Perspectives on the Development of Canadian Law, 1984; The Case of Valentine Shortis: A True Story of Crime and Politics in Canada, 1986; Sanctions and Rewards in the Legal System: A Multidisciplinary Approach, 1989; Securing Compliance: Seven Case Studies, 1990; (with M. Trebilcock and K. Roach) Regulating Traffic Safety, 1990; Rough Justice: Essays on Crime in Literature, 1991; (with Roach) Cases and Materials on Criminal Law and Procedure, 7th ed., 1994, 8th ed., 1997; The Death of Old Man Rice: A True Story of Criminal Justice in America, 1994; A Place Apart: Judicial Independence and Accountability in Canada, 1995; Controlling Misconduct in the Military, 1997; The University of Toronto: A History, 2002. Address: Faculty of Law, University of Toronto, 78 Queen's Park, Toronto, ON, Canada M5S 2C5.

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