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Volume 2.1 (1990)
In this issue: Reconciling Powers and Duties: A Comment on Horseman, Sioui and Sparrow; The Post-Critical Future of Legal Theory; Rocket v. Royal College of Dental Surgeons of Ontario: Professional Advertising and the Limits of Regulation; Labour Strikes Out Again; The Prostitution Reference: Sexual Communication and the Streets; Burying Rothman: The Supreme Court and the Right to Remain Silent
Volume 1.3 (1990)
In this issue: Starr Trek: The Unfinished Mission; Soviet Constitutional Developments; Opinion - Paradise Postponed; L'Affaire Mahé - Le judgement de la decennie en droits linguistiques; International Perspective - The Constitutional Debate in Israel; Chapter Update - Supreme Court of Canada in Brydges Expands Right to Counsel; Response - Understanding Inequality: A Reply to Dale Gibson
Volume 1.2 (1990)
In this issue: Buckle Up! Alberta's Seat Belt Law Reinstated; The New Abortion Legislation; Abortion Injunction Vacated: Daigle v. Tremblay; Could the Meech Lake Accord Affect the Protection of Equality Rights for Women and Minorities in Canada?; The Meech Lake Accord: The End of the Beginning-Or the Beginning of the End?; Striking the Balance: National Security v. The Charter; Recent Developments: Edmonton Journal v. Attorney General of Alberta
Volume 1.1 (1989)
In this issue: Auditor General Loses Battle Against Federal Cabinet; The Nature of Equality: Apples and Oranges / Chests and Breasts; AGT v. CNCP: Supreme Court Sceptical About Presumption of Crown Immunity; Case Comment: Nelles v. Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Ontario et al.; Black v. The Queen: A; Change in Charge Requires a Second Chance to Consult Counsel; Legal Implications of the Persons Case
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