Volume 26.1 (2017)

January 1, 2017

Volume 26.1 - National Receivership Law; Atlantic Canada & Reference Re Supreme Court Act; Reforming Rowbotham & State-Funded Counsel

This issue of the Forum includes articles on the evolution of national receivership law, the regional considerations in Supreme Court of Canada appointments, and moving towards fairer standards for state-funded counsel.

The Incremental Evolution of National Receivership Law and the Elusive Search for Federal Purpose
Roderick Wood

Reference Re Supreme Court Act: Atlantic Canada and Regional Considerations in Supreme Court of Canada Appointments
Ian A McIsaac

Reforming Rowbotham: Towards Fairer Financial Eligibility Standards for State-Funded Counsel in Criminal Trial
Manasvin Goswami (Veenu)

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