To Ensure That Justice Is Done: Introduction To The Collection
B. L. Berger, E. Cunliffe, and J. Stribopoulos, To Ensure that Justice is Done, (Toronto: Thomson Reuters Canada, 2017)
On September 23-24, 2016, friends, family, colleagues, and admirers of the Honourable Marc Rosenberg assembled in Toronto for a symposium in his honour, co-organized by Osgoode Hall Law School and the National Judicial Institute. Those in attendance included judges, lawyers, academics, and law students. Presenters at this symposium reflected on Marc Rosenberg's work as a teacher, a lawyer, and a judge, and paid tribute to his legal and ethical contributions to the administration of justice. Many of the chapters in this volume grew out of those presentations.
The keynote address opening the symposium was delivered by the Honourable Justice David H. Doherty, of the Court of Appeal for Ontario. Justice Doherty chose to reflect in particular on Marc Rosenberg's sentencing jurisprudence and what it revealed about his philosophy of law and judging. The text of that address follows, serving as a fitting foreword to this volume.
Berger, Benjamin; Cunliffe, Emma; and Stribopoulos, James, "To Ensure That Justice Is Done: Introduction To The Collection" (2017). Articles & Book Chapters. 2679.