6 J.L. & Equal. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/jleq6 and id is 1 raw text is: University of Toronto

Journal of Law & Equality
VOLUME 6 * NUMBER I * Winter 2008
CASE COMMENTS
Rethinking Affirmative Action Analysis in the
Wake of Kapp: A Limitations-Interpretation Approach       I
Jess Eisen
A New Direction in the Interpretation of
Section 15(1)? A Case Comment on R. v. Kapp              33
Paul-Erik Veel
ARTICLES
Rights, Remedies and Rhetoric: On a Direct Access
Model for Human Rights Complaints in Ontario             51
J. Manuel Mendelzon
Regulating Work or Regulating Poverty: An
Agenda of Inclusion or Exclusion in American
Workfare Reform?                                         79
Ilan Benshalom

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