Announcing the first ever Public Law Advocacy Blog contest! The one you've all been waiting for! I see other mostly non-law blogs have these great give aways, so I thought - why not my blog?
The rules are simple. Anytime prior to the 30th of April, 2012, you will automatically be entered if you both leave me a comment AND become a follower. Now, since I am a lawyer, let me point out the importance of the word "AND" here. Comment plus follower equals entry. For those who are already followers, you only need to leave me a comment.
And what, you are wildly speculating over, could be the sumptuous prize that a law blog could offer? Might it be original artwork? Jewelry? A puppy? (ok, the last one isn't p.c.). No, wait, it's way better than all that. It's a law book! In fact, not just one law book, but three law books! One book on international human rights, one on Canadian human rights, and one on Canadian criminal law. Excited yet?
You'll get the chance to win: No Distant Millennium - The International Law of Human Rights, written by John Humphrey (one of the Universal Declaration of Human Right's drafters and my prof at McGill) and published by UNESCO; The Charter of Rights and Freedoms - A Guide for Canadians (a surprisingly good booklet I acquired during one of my many government gigs); and Learning Canadian Criminal Procedure, by profs. Ron Delisle and Don Stuart at Queen's, two of the leading academics in the Canadian criminal law world. I will send them to you anywhere in the world you might happen to reside.
So don't delay. Enter today.