42 Ottawa L. Rev. [i] (2010-2012)

handle is hein.journals/ottlr42 and id is 1 raw text is: REVUE DE DROIT D'OTTAWA
SOt    rftw                 OTTAWA LAW REVIEW
Facult6 de droit
Faculty of Law
Secdon de common law
Comn Law Sctlon
2010-2011
Volume 42, no. 1                               Volume 42, No.1
Facult6 de droit, Section de common law        Faculty of Law, Common Law Section
ARTICLES
1    La publication de procks et la constitution d'un espace public au Qubbec / Bas-Canada
Sylvia Normand
29    Une Avaluation critique de la premiere loi canadienne sur le dbveloppement durable
Amissi M. Manirabona Uvan Tchotourian
71    Some Problems with the Shared Meaning Rule as Formulated in R v Daoust and The Law
of Bilingual Interpretation
Ruth Sullivan
95    Improving the Potential ofTort Law for Redressing Historical Abuse Claims: The Need
for a Contextualized Approach to the Limitation Defence
Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey &Freya Kodar
125    Mentoring the Lawyer, Past and Present: Some Reflections
Veronica H.Ashenhurst
155    Jobs, Justice, Climate: Conflicting State Obligations in the International Human Rights
and Climate Change Regimes
Sean Stephenson
CRITIQUES LITTERAIRES / BOOK REVIEWS
181    Power Without Law: The Supreme Court of Canada, the Marshall Decisions, and the
Failure ofjudicial Activism by Alex Cameron
Diana Ginn

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