Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 81
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This Volume is a collection of papers reviewing noteworthy Constitutional Law decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada released in 2016. The Volume covers cases presented at Osgoode Hall Law School's 20th Annual Analysis of the Constitutional Decisions of the Supreme Court of Canada. Major decisions discussed include Carter v. Canada (Attorney General) (assisted dying) and R. v. Nur (mandatory minimum sentence).
Table of contents
1. Benjamin L Berger, Sonia Lawrence, and Spiros Vavougios – Constitutional Cases 2016: An Overview
PART I: DRAFTING A CONSTITUTION
2. Peter Hogg & Annika Wang – The Special Joint Committee on the Constitution of Canada,1980-81
PART II: DIVISION OF POWERS
3. Thomas Isaac & Arend Hoekstra – Identity and Federalism: Understanding the Implications of Daniels v Canada
PART III: SENTENCING AND PUNISHMENT
5. Andrew Menchynski & Jill R. Presser – A Withering Instrumentality: The Negative Implications of R. V. Safarzadeh-Markhali and Other Recent Section 7 Jurisprudence
PART IV: LAWYERS & JUDGES VS THE LEGISLATURE/EXECUTIVE
8. Josh Hunter and Sarah Kraicer - Keeping the Scale of Justice Balanced – Québec Justices of the Peace and Judicial Independence
Part V: LEGAL RIGHTS AND REMEDIES
10. Christine Mainville - R. v. Saeed: Penile Privacy and Penal Policy
Part VI: RECONCILIATION AND THE CANADIAN CONSTITUTION
14. Reconciliation and the Canadian Constitution: A Dialogue