9 Appeal: Rev. Current L. & L. Reform 1 (2003)

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VOLUME 9 * 2003

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HONOURARY
EDITORIAL BOARD
The Honourable Justice
Frank Iacobucci
The Honourable Justice Rosalie
S. Abella
The Honourable Bertha Wilson
Professor Hester Lessard
Professor Neil Campbell

REVIEWERS:
Lan An
Raewyn Brewer
Lindsay Cader
John Carlisle
Richard Chang
Claudia Chender
Chira Chilliak
Julie D'Avignon
Janet DeVita
Marsha Down
Marnelle Dragilia
Emily Drown
Kelly Foote
Natalie Hepburn-Barnes
Robin Hopkins
Mike Jakeman
Nadia Khan
Christina Knight
Jackie Leveille
Raji Mangat
Namaste Marsden
Kathleen McIntosh
Scott Morishita
Lawren Murray
Marshall Pawar
Lara Percy
Jen Schmidt
Danielle Smith
Caroline Swerdlyk
Kimi Vaimetz
Daphne Yew

SPECIAL THANKS TO THE
FOLLOWING FOR THEIR
TIME, ENERGY AND
COMMITMENT:
Professors H.A. Lessard, E.
Adjin-Tettey, J. Borrows, D.G.
Casswell, J.D.C. Galloway, M.R.
Gillen, R.G. Howell, R. Johnson,
J.R. Kilcoyne, A. Petter, and
W. Branch of Branch MacMaster
for volunteering their time to
review Appeal articles.
The Law Foundation of British
Columbia for their financial
support.
University of Victoria Faculty of
Law, University of Victoria Law
Students' Society, Yvonne
Lawson and Deborah Needley
for their continued support.

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