Law, Politics and the Judicial Process in Canada
University of Calgary Press, 2002 - 660 strani
An updated edition of the successful book on law and politics in Canada. The book includes 27 new readings including the Quebec Secession Reference (1998), Judicial Salaries Reference (1997), The McClung-L'Heureux-Dube Affair, Chief Justice Beverly McLachlin's response to Court critics, Peter Hogg on Charter Dialogue, Christopher Manfredi on Litigating Education Reform, Charles Epp on Do Bills of Rights Matter?, and Jacob Ziegel on Democratization of Judicial Appointments. Also contains classic papers such as Peter Russell on the Anti-Inflation Reference and Michael Mandel on the Patriation Reference. An indispensable roadmap to the new world of Charter politics, both inside and outside the courtroom.
Mnenja - Napišite recenzijo
Na običajnih mestih nismo našli nobenih recenzij.
1 The Rule of Law in the Canadian Constitution
2 Political Jurisprudence
3 The Canadian Judicial System
4 Judicial Recruitment and Selection
5 Judicial Independence Ethics and Discipline
6 Access to Judicial Power
7 Interest Groups and Litigation
8 Fact Finding in the Courts
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