McGill Law Journal

Volume 60, numéro 2, january 2015

Kenneth M. Ehrenberg, J.D., Ph.D. is Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Adjunct Professor of Law at the University of Alabama. He would like to thank James Beebe, John Gardner, John Hawthorne, Mike Pardo, Fred Schauer, Neil Williams, and Chase Wrenn, as well as the Oxford Jurisprudence Discussion Group and the Law Faculty at the University of Western Ontario for invaluable discussions and comments. He would also like to thank the Oxford Centre for Ethics and Philosophy of Law for the HLA Hart Visiting Fellowship, during which the initial ideas for this paper were developed.

Citation: (2015) 60:2 McGill LJ 173

Référence : (2015) 60 : 2 RD McGill 173

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Articles

  1. Less Evidence, Better Knowledge
  2. De l’ombre à la lumière : l’hypothèse de la renaissance de la filiation romano-germanique de la procédure civile québécoise
  3. “Third Parties” and Democracy 2.0
  4. La réforme proposée du régime québécois de l’adoption et le rejet des parentés plurielles
  5. Designated Inhospitality: The Treatment of Asylum Seekers Who Arrive by Boat in Canada and Australia