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The Hon. Justice Rick Libman
Senior Educator at C.C.E.C.
BA (York), LL.B (Windsor), LL.M (Osgoode), Ph.D. (Osgoode) of the Ontario Court of Justice,
C.C.E.C. is honored to have Justice Rick Libman as designated senior educator.
Justice Libman was appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice in 1996. He serves as Chair, Rules Committee of the Ontario Court of Justice.
Justice Libman is a recognized authority on the rules of court and on regulatory offences. He is the author of the seminal Canadian work on regulatory offences, Libman on Regulatory Offences in Canada, and of Criminal Trial Rules in Provincial Courts in Canada, Fully Annotated 2007-2008 Edition. Both titles are available through Earls court Legal Press.
He has also authored publications on the Provincial Offences Act (Ontario) and the Contraventions Act (Canada).
The Honorable Mister Justice Rick Libman, PhD (Osgood Hall Law School), LLM (Osgoode Hall Law School), LLB (University of Windsor), BA (York University), of the Ontario Court of Justice is an adjunct professor at Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. His teaching includes criminal law.
He was called to the bar in 1982 and worked as an Assistant Crown Attorney and later Crown Counsel, arguing both trials and appeals, and appearing in all levels of court in Ontario, as well as the Supreme Court of Canada. He was designated as a certified specialist in criminal law by the Law Society of Upper Canada.
Justice Libman’s interests included motor vehicle law where he wrote extensively in this area, and was made associate editor of the Motor Vehicle Reports and editor of the Journal of Motor Vehicle Law. Other publications include the Law of Robbery and annual publications on the Provincial Offences Act, Contraventions Act and Rules of Court.
In 1996, Professor Libman was appointed to the Ontario Court of Justice where he serves as the chair of the Court’s rules committee. His most recent publications are Libman on Regulatory Offences in Canada, Handling Provincial Offence Cases in Ontario, and Criminal Trial Rules in Provincial Courts in Canada. He has lectured in criminal law related courses at Windsor and Western law schools, as well as Victoria University at Wellington (New Zealand), and has spoken at many continuing education seminars across Ontario, and most recently in Whistler, British Columbia on the 25th anniversary of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. His current research interests include the area of public welfare/regulatory offences where he is writing a doctorate at Osgoode Hall Law School in the area of sentencing principles for regulatory offences.