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Supreme Court Law Review, 2nd Series, Volume 82

This Year-In-Review volume comprises papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2016-2017 decisions in criminal law, intellectual property, the law of evidence, and recent developments in the legal profession, along with case comments and special essays.
Langue De Publication: English
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ISBN/ISSN: 9780433496793

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This Year-In-Review volume comprises papers reviewing groundbreaking Supreme Court of Canada's 2016-2017 decisions in criminal law, intellectual property, the law of evidence, and recent developments in the legal profession, along with case comments and special essays..

 

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Articles

    1. Richard Litkowski and Jessica Zita – Developments in Criminal Procedure: The 2016-2017 Term
      2. Ian Smith: Developments in Substantive Criminal Law: The 2016-2017 Term
        3. Anisah Hassan & Carlos Sayao: Developments in the Law of Evidence: The 2016-2017 Term
          4.Trent Horne: Developments in Intellectual Property: The 2016-2017 Term
            5. Brooke MacKenzie: Developments in the Legal Profession: Lizotte, Alberta, and Green and the growing power of privilege and professional regulators
              6. Matthew Estabrooks, Emma Clarke, Justin McCarthy, and Natalia Thawe: Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada the 2016-2017 Term


              Case Comment


              7. Marcus Moore: R v. KRJ: Shifting the Balance of the Oakes Test from Minimal Impairment to Proportionality of Effects
                8. Daniel Sheppard – Just Going Through the Motions: The Supreme Court, Interest Groups and the Performance of Intervention


                Special Essays

                  9. James Hendry: Rationality and Review of Social Programs
                    10. Matthew Ponsford: Chronic, Irremediable Depression Constituting Mental Disability: Expanding Legal Rights to Euthanasia in Canada