The Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice organizes and conducts conferences and specialized seminars, prepares comprehensive background papers and publishes books.
Among the cutting-edge issues examined in recent years:
- Terrorism, Law & Democracy: 10 years after 9/11
- Sentencing and Corrections: Sentencing Theory Meets Practice
- Taking Remedies Seriously
- Reasonable Accommodation and the Role of the State: A Democratic Challenge
- Doing Justice: Dispute Resolution in the Courts and Beyond
- Sustainable Development and the Law - People - Environment - Culture
- Participatory Justice In a Global Economy: The New Rule of Law?
- Dialogues about Justice: The Public, Legislators, Courts and the Media
- Terrorism, Law & Democracy: How is Canada Changing following September 11?
- Citizenship and Citizen Participation in the Administration of Justice
- Science, Truth and Justice
- The Judiciary as Third Branch of Government: Manifestations and Challenges to Legitimacy
- Punishment at the Turn of the Century: Finding a Common Ground
- Justice to Order: Adjustment to Changing Demands and Co-ordination Issues in the Justice System in Canada
- The Administration of Justice in Commercial Disputes
- Dawn or Dusk in Sentencing
- Human Rights in the 21st Century: Prospects, Institutions and Processes
- Public Perceptions of the Administration of Justice
- Open Justice
- Filtering and Analyzing Evidence in an Age of Diversity