Research

Gladue: Oft-cited but still woefully misunderstood?
 

(First published by CLEBC as part of the Gladue
submissions course, Vancouver, BC, 2018).

Residential School Syndrome and Sentencing of Aboriginal People

Gladue: Beyond Myth and Towards Implementation in Manitoba

The Sentencing of Aboriginal Accused with FASD

Aboriginal Over-representation and R v. Gladue

The Application of Bail to Gladue

The Recognition of Prosecutorial Obligations in an Era of Mandatory Minimum Sentences of Imprisonment and Over-representation of Aboriginal People in Prisons

 Towards Accountability and Fairness for Aboriginal
People: The Recognition of Gladue as a Principle of
Fundamental Justice that Applies to Prosecutors

Trauma-Informed Approaches to Law: Why Restorative Justice Must Understand Trauma and Psychological Coping

Proportionate Justice: An Examination of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders and the Principles of Sentencing in Saskatchewan

Aboriginal Youth and Violent Gang Involvement in Canada:
Quality Prevention Strategies

Preventing Aboriginal Youth Gang Involvement in Canada: A Gendered Approach

Aboriginal Youth Gangs in Canada: (de)constructing an epidemic

Case Comment: R v Daybutch  

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