by Martin Friedland, Professor Emeritus, Faculty of Law, University of Toronto. Published with the University of Toronto Press, 2007.
Professor Martin Friedland has been involved in many areas of legal research and law reform in his career, and the Osgoode Society is very pleased to be able to publish his account of that involvement, especially as his public service includes many years as a director of the Society. This book examines his contributions and sets them in the broader context of public policy making across a range of issues. These include various aspects of criminal justice reform, securities regulation, judicial independence and accountability, anti-terrorism policy, and much more.