Review EssayEssai critique

Les avis consultatifs au Canada : omniprésents, déterminants, banalisés et déroutantsEssai critique de Carissima Mathen, Courts Without Cases: The Law and Politics of Advisory Opinions, Oxford, Hart, 2019 et Kate Puddister, Seeking the Court’s Advice: The Politics of the Canadian Reference Power, Vancouver, UBC Press, 2019

  • Johanne Poirier

Professeure et titulaire de la Chaire Peter MacKell sur le fédéralisme, Faculté de droit, Université McGill. Pour la pertinence de leurs commentaires et suggestions, je tiens à remercier un évaluateur anonyme, de même que Jean-François Gaudreault-DesBiens, Daniel Jutras, Robert Leckey, Alexander Pless, Xavier Delgrange, Jesse Hartery et Catherine Mathieu.

Citation: (2019) 65:1 McGill LJ 117

Référence : (2019) 65:1 RD McGill 117

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Cover of Volume 65, Number 1, September 2019, pp. 1-151, McGill Law Journal / Revue de droit de McGill