Special Issue 32.2 (Legacies of Patriation): Constitutional Forum/Forum Constitutionnel

September 27, 2023

The Centre is pleased to announce the publication of a new special issue of the Constitutional Forum: Legacies of Patriation. 

This special issue of the Forum flows from an April 2022 conference that was co-organized by the Centre for Constitutional Studies at the University of Alberta, the Public Law Centre at the University of Ottawa, the Centre d’analyze politique: constitution et fédéralisme at l’Université du Québec à Montréal, and the Constitutional Studies Program at the University of Texas at Austin. View the conference program and session recordings here: https://www.constitutionalstudies.ca/conferences-and-symposia/legacies-of-patriation/.


Issue 32.2: Home Page


Article Links:

Howard Leeson, Patriation and Section 35: The Role of Allan Blakeney in Securing Indigenous Rights

Colleen Sheppard, Patriation Paradigms: Sovereignty, Power, and Rights

Dwight Newman, Is Canadian Constitutional Law Canadian?

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