The Structural and Administrative Demands of Unwritten Constitutional Principles[Notice]

  • Kate Glover Berger

Assistant Professor, Osgoode Hall Law School, York University, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., D.C.L. Early versions of this article were presented at the Symposium on Unwritten Constitutionalism at the Faculty of Law, University of Ottawa in March 2019 and the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Law and Society Association at the Allard School of Law, University of British Columbia in June 2019. A summary of some of the main claims was published on the Blog of the International Association of Constitutional Law on May 29, 2019, online: []. Sincere thanks to Benjamin Berger, Vanessa MacDonnell, Se-shauna Wheatle, the editors of the McGill Law Journal and the IACL Blog, the two anonymous reviewers for the McGill Law Journal, and the conference participants in both Ottawa and Vancouver for their engagement with the ideas in this article and helpful questions and comments. Thank you also to Christina Skinner, J.D. 2020 and Leaelle Derynck, J.D. 2019 for their excellent research and editorial assistance. This article was written with the assistance of a grant awarded by Western University’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Board and Research Development & Services Office; I am grateful for this generous institutional support.

Citation: (2019) 65:2 McGill LJ 305

Référence : (2019) 65:2 RD McGill 305

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