Alan D. Gold is one of Canada’s foremost criminal lawyers. He has appeared as counsel before all levels of court in Ontario, as well as in other provinces, and for over 50 cases in the Supreme Court of Canada. He is certified by the Law Society as a Specialist in Criminal Litigation and was the first Chairman of the Criminal Litigation Speciality Committee for five years. In 1993 he was inducted into the American College of Trial Lawyers. He received the G. Arthur Martin Award for Contribution to Criminal Justice in 1997. Alan is also a past president of the Criminal Lawyers Association of Ontario and a past-elected bencher of the Law Society of Ontario.
Alan is also one of the most respected commentators on Canadian criminal law. He is widely published and has lectured extensively on criminal law. Alan’s Criminal Law Netletter, which is available on Quicklaw, is read by thousands of Canadian and international criminal lawyers each week.
Ep.#29: Alan D. Gold: The Criminal Justice Process
Thank you to our exclusive sponsor LexisNexis Canada – who is thrilled that Of Counsel listeners will enjoy a conversation with Mr. Alan D. Gold! Mr. Gold’s weekly Criminal Law NetLetter is an invaluable current awareness source exclusively found in Lexis Advance Quicklaw. It covers recent Canadian caselaw and reviews criminal caselaw from the United States, Australia, the UK, South Africa, and other countries. Law journal articles, legislative news and other items of interest to the criminal defence bar are also summarized.
Mr. Gold is also the main author of Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – Criminal Offences and Defences, and Halsbury’s Laws of Canada – Criminal Procedure.
His latest print publication, The Practitioner’s Ontario Criminal Practice, 2019 Edition, is slated to be released on November 30, 2018. To place your order for it, and to browse a list of his publications, visit lexisnexis.ca/alangold .
Finally, a giveaway for our listeners from LexisNexis! When Canada marked its 150th anniversary, LexisNexis published a celebratory book featuring a collection of over 50 essays on major political and historical developments in Canadian constitutional history written by key commentators and figures, including Mr. Alan Gold. LexisNexis would like to raffle a copy of this stunning book, to enter your name in the draw visit lexisnexis.ca/canadaat150.