40 Dalhousie L.J. [i] (2017)

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Volume  40  Number 1  Spring 2017


The Significance of the Systemic Relative Autonomy
of Labour Law
                                           Bruce P. Archibald

Betterment
                                             Michael G. Pratt

Are All Charter Rights and Freedoms Really
Non-Absolute?
                                                 Brian Bird

Social Membership: Animal Law beyond the
Property/Personhood Impasse
                                               Will Kymlicka

Of Malls and Campuses: The Regulation of University
Campuses and Section 2(b) of the Charter
                                             Sarah E. Hamill

R. v Comeau and Section 121 of the Constitution Act, 1867:
Freeing the Beer and Fortifying the Economic Union
                                             Malcolm Lavoie

On Being a Second: Grace Wambolt, Legal Professionalism
and 'Inter-Wave' Feminism in Nova Scotia
                                            Elizabeth Legge

The Intellectually Disabled Witness and the
Requirement to Promise to Tell the Truth
                                     Jonas-Sebastien Beaudry

Autonomy in the Anthropocene? Libertarianism, Liberalism
and the Legal Theory of Environmental Regulation
                                             Jason MacLean

The Only Legitimate Rule: A Reply to MacLean's Critique
of Ecolawgic                                   Bruce Pardy

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