Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice
Recueil annuel de Windsor d'accès à la justice

Volume 35, 2018

Sommaire (19 articles)

SPECIAL SECTION: COPYRIGHT USER RIGHTS AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE

SPECIAL SECTION: ARTICLES

  1. Securing the Future of Copyright Users’ Rights in Canada
  2. Calvinball: Users’ Rights, Public Choice Theory and Rules Mutable Games
  3. The Natural Right To Parody: Assessing The (Potential) Parody/Satire Dichotomies In American And Canadian Copyright Laws

GENERAL SECTION: ARTICLES

  1. Ishaq v Canada: “Social Science Facts” in Feminist Interventions
  2. Les Avocats Aux Pieds Nus En Chine, Vecteurs D’accès À La Justice?
  3. What Are We Waiting For? It’s Time to Regulate Paralegals in Canada
  4. Closing the Gender Gap in Corporate Advancement: Insights and Solutions from Behavioural Economics
  5. Freedom and Access to Housing: Three Conceptions
  6. Rule 2.1 of Ontario’s Rules of Civil Procedure: Responding to Vexatious Litigation While Advancing Access to Justice?
  7. Upholding the Honour of the Crown
  8. L’accès à la justice en contexte numérique : l’information juridique par et pour les justiciables sur les médias sociaux
  9. Short Circuit: A Failing Technology for Administering Justice in Nunavut
  10. Advocacy in Non-Adversarial Family Law: A Recommendation for Revision to the Model Code
  11. Judicial Dispute Resolution in Canada: Towards Accessible Dispute Resolution
  12. Interrelated Treaty Orders Across the Generations: Autonomy, Obligation and Confederacy in the Wabanaki Compact (1725-26)

BOOK REVIEWS

  1. Searching Through Storytelling

RESEARCH NOTES

  1. Informal Justice: An Examination of Why Ontarians Do Not Seek Legal Advice

GUEST LECTURE

  1. George M. Duck Lecture

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