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The Future of Liberal Democracies and Levy's Separation of Powers Thesis

Please join our panelists for an engaged dialogue, as they discuss Jacob T. Levy's thesis, presented as the 31st Annual McDonald Lecture in Constitutional Studies, on the separation of powers, the critical challenges it faces in light of nationalist populism and partisan polarization, and the future of liberal democracies in a changing political landscape.


Hillary Nye

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law, University of Alberta

Yann Allard-Tremblay

Assistant Professor, Political Science, McGill University

Arjun Tremblay

Assistant Professor, Political Science, University of Regina

Mary Liston

Associate Professor, University of British Columbia

Jacob T. Levy

Tomlinson Professor of Political Theory, McGill University

Event Date(s):

November 27, 2020, 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm

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