Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 70: Essays Celebrating The Honourable Louis LeBel
This volume is a collection of essays celebrating the contributions of former Supreme Court of Canada's Justice, The Honourable Louis LeBel, to the legal developments in many areas of Canadian law. The volume is divided into four sections: Justice LeBel – The Man; Justice LeBel – The Civilian Jurist; Justice LeBel on Law and Public Policy; and Justice LeBel on Fundamental Principles. The perspectives of the various authors offer a comprehensive look at this esteemed jurist's career on the bench.
Table of contents
Dwight Newman and Malcolm Thorburn: Introduction
Part I: Justice LeBel – The Man
Hon. Marie Deschamps, "Louis LeBel : l'homme qui s'intéresse à tout"
Part II: Justice LeBel - The Civilian Jurist
Rosalie Jukier, "The Legacy of Justice Louis LeBel: The Civilian Tradition and Procedural Law"
Patrick Glenn, "Justice Louis LeBel and the Private International Law of a Diverse Federation"
Robert Leckey, "feminism and Institutional Roles: Justice LeBel's Family Law Jurisprudence"
Erik Knutsen, "Coherence and the Committed Civilian: Justice LeBel's Contributions to Canadian Accident Law"
Stephanie Ben-Ishai, "A traditionalist's take on Bankruptcy Intersections"
Part III: Justice LeBel on Law and Public Policy
Lorne Sossin, "In Search of Coherence: Justice LeBel's Administrative Law"
Christian Brunelle, "Parcours singulier d'un juge réservé sur le sentier pluriel des droits et libertés"
Hamish Stewart, "Rules, Standards, and Proportionality in Criminal Procedure"
Jula Hughes, "Like Oil on Troubled Water: A Labour Perspective on the Charter Labour Jurisprudence of Justice Louis LeBel"
Tamara Larre, "Supreme Court of Canada Tax Judgments of Justice LeBel"
Part IV: Justice LeBel on Fundamental Principles
Dwight Newman, "Aboriginal Rights, Collective Rights, and Adjudicative Virtues"
Mark Walters, "Federalism in its Biggest Sense: Louis LeBel and the Federal Idea in Canadian Constitutional Law"
Benjamin Berger, "Sentencing and the Salience of Pain and Hope"
Malcolm Thorburn, "Justice LeBel on Excuses and the Question of Standing"