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Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 73
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This collection of papers, developed out of Canadian Constitution Foundation's Annual Conference 2015, takes a critical review of recent constitutional law developments in a number of controversial issues of national concern such as assisted suicide, mandatory minimum sentences, Senate reform and the proportionality-based approach that underlies the analysis of Charter-rights limitations.
Table of contents
Dennis Baker: Checking the Court: Justifying Parliament's Role in Constitutional Interpretation
Daniele Bertolini: The Theory of Law "As Claim" and the Inquiry into the Sources of Law: Bruno Leoni in Prospect
Lincoln Caylor/Gannon G. Beaulne: Parliamentary Restrictions on Judicial Discretion in Sentencing: A Defence of Mandatory Minimum Sentences
Dwight Newman: Canadian Proportionality Analysis: 5 ½ Myths
Derek From: Lock, Stock, and Barrel v. Ontario: The Montagues' Story
Karen Selick: Leroux v. CRA: An Unprecedented Tax Case Establishing Duty of Care
Andre Schutten: Lethal Discrimination: A case against legalizing assisted suicide in Canada
Ted Morton: Constitutional Gridlock: How the Supreme Court (unnecessarily) Killed Senate Reform