28 Dalhousie L.J. [i] (2005)

handle is hein.journals/dalholwj28 and id is 1 raw text is: Dalhousie                           Volume 28, Number I
Spring 2005
Law     Journals.o,.3
Law  J urnalISSN 0137-1663
Tribunals Imitating Courts - Foolish Flattery or Sound Policy?
D a v id  M u lla n ....................... ..................  . ................................. .. . .  1
Courts and Constitutional Usurpers Some Lessons from Fiji
Venkat  Iyer ........................... . .. . .................. ................. . . . .  27
Air Travel, Accidents and Injuries: Why the New Montreal Convention
is Already Outdated
A nd rew   Field  .............. . .............  . . . .   69
Tax Discrimination in the NAFTA Bloc: The Impact of Tax and Trade
Agreements on the Cross-Border Trade in Services
Catherine Brown ........................................ 99
Imposing Self-Interest: Behavioural Law and Economics, the
Ultimatum Game, and Value Possibilities
Michael IIg ......................................... 141
Foreign Judgments at Common Law: Rethinking the Enforcement
Rules
Tanya  J. M onestier... .. .. ......... ........................ ..... ....  163
The Dartmouth Schools Question and the Supreme Court of
Nova Scotia
Robert Nicholas Berard .... ........ .... ..... ..... ......  199
Deciding in the Heat of the Constitutional Moment Constitutional
Meaning and Change in the Quebec Secession Reference
Jonathon  W .  Penney  ............ .. ........ ............... ..................   217
Book Review
Maritime Law
George Strathy ...................        ............. ...... 261

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