Volume 27.2 (2023)

December 5, 2023

The Review is a subscriber-based print journal. Articles are available through HeinOnline, EBSCO, & GALE.  They will be available in open access on this website as of October 2024 – one year from date of publication.


  • Aboriginal Rights, Legislative Reconciliation and Constitutionalism
    Naiomi S Walqwan Metallic
  • Undoing the Colonial Double-Bind: Interpretation and Justification in Aboriginal Law
    Joshua Nichols and Amy Swiffen
  • Zeus, Metis and Athena: " The Path Towards the Constitutional Recognition of Full-Blown Indigenous Legal Orders
    Jean Leclair
  • A Currency Model of Constitutional Legitimacy
    Nomi Claire Lazar
  • The House of Federation of Ethiopia: Unfit for Federalism
    Legesse Tigabu Mengie

Book Reviews

  • Review of David Dyzenhaus, The Long Arc of Legality: Hobbes, Kelsen, Hart (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge University Press, 2022)
    Ryan Beaton
  • Review of Allan C Hutchinson, Democracy and Constitutions: Putting Citizens First (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2021)
    Shaun Fluker and Mitchell Folk
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