Volume 22.1 (2017)

January 2, 2017

Special Issue: The Crown in the 21st Century

Special Issue Editors: Philippe Lagassé and Nicholas A MacDonald

If The Queen Has No Reserve Powers Left, What is the Modern Monarchy For?
Robert Hazell and Bob Morris

Royal Succession, Abdication, and Regency in the Realms
Anne Twomey

Some Observations on the Queen, the Crown, the Constitution, and the Courts
Warren J Newman

Royal Treatment: The Crown's Special Status in Administrative Law
Paul Daly

On the Formation of Government
Hugo Cyr

This Special Issue of the Review of Constitutional Studies | Revue d'études constitutionelles on The Crown in the 21st Century was generously funded by the Weston Foundation, which allows us to offer the articles in this issue for free online through our website.

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