Chiefly in English with one chapter in French.
viii, 225 pages ; 23 cm
Chapters developed from papers presented at the International Conference on the Administration of Justice and National Security in Democracies, held in Ottawa in June 2007 and jointly organized by the Courts Administration Service and the Canadian Centre of Intelligence and Security Studies at Carleton University.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references.
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction : the administration of justice and national security in democracies / Christopher K. Penny Islamist terrorism : assessing threats to democracy / Lorenzo Vidino Human rights in times of terror : a judicial point of view / Aharon Barak On being overinvested in law as a weapon against terrorism / Richard A. Posner Respect des libertés individuelles et exigences de sécurité nationale : quel point d'équilibre? / Jean-Claude Marin The administration of justice, the Charter, and Canada's national security / Stanley A. Cohen Common law and statutory provisions relating to national security / Andrew Collins Terrorism trials / Ian Bruce Josephson Media reporting on national security judicial proceedings / Lord Hutton Adjudicating national security : ethics, counter-terrorism, and the administration of justice / Angela Gendron Torture and evidence in criminal matters / Yorick Aler Deportations with assurances : a United Kingdom court's perspective / Duncan Ouseley Tests of maturity : an Australian perspective / Ian Carnell Intelligence Services Commissioner for the United Kingdom / Peter Gibson The role of Canada's Security Intelligence Review Committee in safeguarding human rights while protecting national security / Gary Filmon.