Volume 1.1 (1989)

January 2, 1989


Volume 1, No. 1 (1989)

Auditor General Loses Battle Against Federal Cabinet
by David Schneiderman (Executive Director of the Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta)

The Nature of Equality: Apples and Oranges / Chests and Breasts
by Dale Gibson (Belzberg Professor of Constitutional Studies at the Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

AGT v. CNCP: Supreme Court Sceptical About Presumption of Crown Immunity
by Christina Gauk (Counsel to the Alberta Law Reform Institute)

Case Comment: Nelles v. Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario et al.
by John M. Law (Associate Professor of Law, University of Alberta)

Black v. The Queen: A Change in Charge Requires a Second Chance to Consult Counsel
by Bruce P. Elman (Professor of Law, and Chair of the Centre for Constitutional Studies, University of Alberta)

Legal Implications of the Persons Case
by A. Anne McLellan (Professor of Law, University of Alberta)

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