Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice

Volume 34, numéro 2, 2017

Sommaire (10 articles)

ARTICLES

  1. TRANSITIONAL JUSTICE AND THE CHALLENGING PURSUIT OF SOCIAL JUSTICE
  2. THE INACCESSIBILITY OF JUSTICE FOR MIGRANT WORKERS: A CAPABILITIES-BASED PERSPECTIVE
  3. OUT OF THE CLOSET AND UP THE LADDER? DIVERSITY IN ONTARIO’S BIG LAW FIRMS
  4. ANTICIPATING AND MANAGING THE PSYCHOLOGICAL COST OF CIVIL LITIGATION
  5. REDUCING THE “JUSTICE GAP” THROUGH ACCESS TO LEGAL INFORMATION: ESTABLISHING ACCESS TO JUSTICE ENTRY POINTS AT PUBLIC LIBRARIES
  6. COLONIAL LEGACIES AND COMPETING MASCULINITIES: THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA’S RETURN TO REASON IN R. V. KAPP
  7. THE SILENCING OF QUEER VOICES IN THE LITIGATION OVER TRINITY WESTERN UNIVERSITY’S PROPOSED LAW SCHOOL
  8. LAWYER COMPETENCIES FOR ACCESS TO JUSTICE: TWO EMPIRICAL STUDIES
  9. PRIORITIZING CHILDREN’S BEST INTERESTS IN CANADIAN YOUTH JUSTICE: ARTICLE 3 OF THE UN CONVENTION ON THE RIGHTS OF THE CHILD AND CHILD-FRIENDLY ALTERNATIVES

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