McGill Law Journal

Volume 57, numéro 1, september 2011

Assistant Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University. Earlier versions of this essay were presented at the law schools of the Universities of Edinburgh (UK), Adolfo Ibáñez (Chile), and San Andrés (Argentina). I am also grateful to Paul Brietzke, Chad Flanders, Alon Harel, and Victor Tadros, and two anonymous referees for the McGill Law Journal for their comments.

Citation: (2011) 57:1 McGill LJ 1

Référence : (2011) 57 : 1 RD McGill 1

Sommaire (5 articles)

Articles

  1. The Place of Legitimacy in Legal Theory
  2. Les théories constitutionnelles de Louis-Philippe Pigeon : L’efficience du partage législatif des compétences et l’incrédulité face à la protection législative des droits fondamentaux
  3. No Taps, No Toilets: First Nations and the Constitutional Right to Water in Canada
  4. L’arbitrage notarié, instrument idoine de conciliation des traditions juridiques après la Conquête britannique ? (1760-1784)

F. R. Scott lecture  / Conférence F. R. Scott

  1. The Effect of Alcohol on the Canadian Constitution ... Seriously