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Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 101
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This Year-In-Review volume comprises papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2019-2020 decisions in criminal law, family law and the law of evidence, along with case comments, Rule of Law papers, excerpts of Supreme Court of Canada’s 2019 Annual Review and the 2019 & 2020 lists of oral and written judgments.
Table of contents
• Richard Litkowski and Jessica Zita: Developments in Criminal Law – Criminal Procedure: 2019-2020 Term
• Anne-Marie Boisvert: Développements en Droit Pénal – Droit Substantif ET Sentencing : 2019-2020
• Anisah Hassan and Rui Gao: Developments in the Law of Evidence: The 2019-2020 Term
• Martha Bailey: Developments in Family Law: The 2019-2020 Term
• Richard Lizius: The Administrative Law Trilogy: New Clarity and New Questions
• Jeremy Opolsky & Jonathan Silver: Deference To Whom? Clarifying the Standard of Review for Findings Made by Intermediate Appellate Courts
• Donald J. Netolitzky: Enforcement of Leave to Appeal Limitations Periods at the Supreme Court of Canada
Supreme Court of Canada’s 2019 Annual Review (Select Sections)
Rule of Law papers
1. David D’Astous : À la recherche des limites procédurales à la souveraineté parlementaire en droit canadien
2. Kevin W. Gray: Playing along to Get Along: Section 6 Rights, Limitation, and Extradition
3. Dwight Newman and Monica Fitzpatrick: Forgotten Freedoms and the Rule of Law
4. Brian Bird: The Notwithstanding Clause and the Rule of Law
5. Gerard J. Kennedy: Timely, And Looking Forward to Volume Two: Book Review of Seven Absolute Rights: Recovering the Historical Foundations of Canada’s Rule of Law
6. Geoffrey Sigalet: Rights Against the Rule of Law?
7. Malcolm Lavoie and Moira Lavoie: Indigenous Institutions and the Rule of Indigenous Law
8. Ryan Alford: Emergencies, Absolute Rights & the Legitimacy of the Notwithstanding Clause
9. Carrissima Mathen: An Inconvenient Constitution? The Troubles with Suspended Declarations of Invalidity
10. Michelle Biddulph: Hard Cases in a Culture of Justification
Supreme Court of Canada Annual List of Judgments
• 2019 List of Oral Judgments
• 2019 List of Written Judgments
• 2020 List of Oral Judgments
• 2020 List of Written Judgments