Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 95
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This Year-In-Review volume comprises papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2018-2019 decisions in constitutional law, criminal law, the law of evidence, along with case comments and the 2018/2019 lists of oral and written judgments.
Table of contents
• Richard Lizius – Developments in Constitutional Law: Cooperative Federalism and the Division of Powers in 2018–2019
• Richard Litkowski and Jessica Zita – Developments in Criminal Law: Criminal Procedure – The 2018-2019 Term
• Anne-Marie Boisvert – Développements En Droit Pénal : Droit Substantif et Sentencing 2018-2019
• Anisah Hassan and Rui Gao – Developments in the Law of Evidence: The 2018-2019 Term
• Matthew Estabrooks, Nathan Hoo, Alice Mihailescu and Justin Tremblay – Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada: The 2018-2019 Term
• Mathiew St-Germain – The Ripple Effect of Spencer, Five Years Later
Supreme Court of Canada Annual List of Judgments
• 2018 List of Oral Judgments
• 2018 List of Written Judgments
• 2019 List of Oral Judgments
• 2019 List of Written Judgments