Volume 25.2 (2016)

January 1, 2016

SPECIAL ISSUE - 2015 Annual Constitutional Symposium Papers

This Special Issue of the Forum is a compelling compilation of papers presented at the Annual Constitutional Symposium organized by the Centre for Constitutional Studies in October 2015. Articles can be read below.

Trinity Western Law School: "To Be or Not to Be -- That Is the Question"
JK Donlevy

The Supreme Court's New Labour Trilogy: Momentous Decisions and a Modest Critique
Craig Neuman, QC

The SCC Reimagines Freedom of Association in 2015
Ritu Khullar, QC and Vanessa Cosco

Kahkewistahaw First Nation v Taypotat -- Whither Section 25 of the Charter?
Jennifer Koshan and Jonnette Watson Hamilton

Constitutional Obligation of Alberta to Publish Laws in French: R v Caron and Boutet
Margaret Unsworth

Daniels v Canada: Supreme Court Ends 150 Years of Political Football
Keltie Lambert

Trial Lawyers of British Columbia v British Columbia: Section 96 Comes to the Access to Civil Justice Debate
J Gareth Morley

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