Volume 2.1 (1990)

January 2, 1990


Volume 2, No. 1 (1990)

Reconciling Powers and Duties: A Comment on Horseman, Sioui and Sparrow
by Catherine Bell (Assistant Professor of Law, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

The Post-Critical Future of Legal Theory
by Mark V. Tushnet (Professor of Law, Georgetown University Law Centre, Washington D.C.)

Rocket v. Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario: Professional Advertising and the Limits of Regulation
by June Ross (Assistant Professor of Law, University of Alberta)

Labour Strikes Out Again
by Timothy J. Christian (Dean, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta)

The Prostitution Reference: Sexual Communication and the Streets
by David Schneiderman (Executive Director, Centre for Constitutional Studies)

Burying Rothman: The Supreme Court and the Right to Remain Silent
by Bruce P. Elman (Professor of Law, University of Alberta, and Chair, Centre for Constitutional Studies)

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