Due to the exceptional circumstances concerning COVID-19, Érudit wishes to reassure its users and partners that all of its services remain operational. The Érudit team is now working remotely until further notice, and some operational activities may be slower than usual. Thank you for your understanding. More information

McGill Law Journal

Volume 63, Number 1, September 2017

Table of contents (6 articles)

Articles

  1. Separate but Unequal: Immigration Detention in Canada and the Great Writ of Liberty
  2. Seeking Justice by Plea: The Prosecutor’s Ethical Obligations During Plea Bargaining
  3. Drawing the Line Between Lay and Expert Opinion Evidence
  4. The Regulation of Hateful and Hurtful Speech: Liberalism’s Uncomfortable Predicament
  5. « Why Couldn’t You Just Keep Your Knees Together? » L’obligation déontologique des juges face aux victimes de violences sexuelles

Book Review / Recension critique

Copyright © McGill Law Journal Inc. / Revue de droit de McGill inc., 2017

Back issues of McGill Law Journal