Lorne Sossin

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The McLachlin Court and the Promise of Procedural Justice

From: Public Law at the McLachlin Court

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The McLachlin Court has turned to procedural justice as a wellspring for solving difficult disputes in a variety of contexts. In this brief article, the author examines three such contexts: (1) … 22 $2.20 Add
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Can Canadian Federalism Be Relevant?

From: What's Next for Canada?

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Critique of the Securities Reference for a failure to articulate an approach to Canadian federalism that is relevant to the realities of the twenty-first century administrative state. 8 $0.80 Add
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In Search of Coherence

The Charter and Administrative Law under the McLachlin Court

From: Public Law at the McLachlin Court

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With her appointment as chief justice, Madame Justice McLachlin inherited one of the most exasperating analytical tangles in modern public law. When an alleged Charter violation occurs as a … ; 19 $1.90 Add
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Social Rights and Administrative Justice

From: Advancing Social Rights in Canada

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Argument for a rights-based culture to be developed within the sphere of administrative justice. ; 22 $2.20 Add