Elizabeth Sheehy and Susan Boyd, eds.
University of Toronto Press
About the Author:
Elizabeth Sheehy teaches Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Sexual Assault Law and Defending Battered Women on Trial. She has worked on criminal law reform from many vantage points, including consultation with the department of Justice Canada, research for the Self-Defence Review, case preparation with the Women's Legal Education and Action Fund, and advocacy work with women's organizations such as the National Association of Women and the Law and the Canadian Association of Elizabeth Fry Societies. Her research and writing concentrates on violence against women, equality analysis, and criminal law reform issues such as self-defence for battered women.