Equality and the Notwithstanding Clause : Considering the Nature and Application of Section 28 of the Canadian Charter

  • Jesse Hartery

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  • Jesse Hartery
    Member of the Quebec and Ontario Bars, Ph.D. candidate, Melbourne Law School & Former Law Clerk to Justice Nicholas Kasirer, Supreme Court of Canada

In accordance with the journal’s language rules, the use of the masculine form alone is intended to make the text easier to read and, depending on the circumstances, it is inclusive of both women and men.

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