Vol 13, No 1 (2008)

Table of Contents

Full Issue PDF
 

Articles

Law Review Readership--What Makes Students Tick PDF
Ergun Burcin 1-6
Moving Beyond the Bedrooms of Our Nation: Redefining Canadian Families from the Perspective of Non-Conjugal Caregiving PDF
Jamie Wood 7-13
Section 6 of the Indian Act and "The Second Generation Cut-off Rule"-–A Factum PDF
Roger Wah-Shee 14-21
Fathers Not Shortchanged by Current Adoption Legislation PDF
Navnit Duhra 22-27
When Rights Collide: Liberalism Pluralism and Freedom of Religion in Canada PDF
Alex Fielding 28-50
Insidious Idolatry: Canada's Aboriginal Leaders and the Legal Whiplash PDF
Johnny van Camp 51-73
Employment Standards for Non-Employment: A Legislative Framework for Agency Work in Canada
Gillian Barnett 74-90

Book Reviews

The First Women Lawyers (Mary Jane Mossman) PDF
Nicole Bermbach 90-94
Global Biopiracy: Patents, Plans and Indigenous Knowledge (Ikechi Mgbeoju) PDF
Christopher Peng 95-98
Lawyers Gone Bad: Money Sex and Madness in Canada's Legal Profession (Philip Slayton) PDF
Julia Renouf 99-101
Lawyers Gone Bad: Money Sex and Madness in Canada's Legal Profession (Philip Slayton) PDF
Katrina Edgerton-Mcghan 102-104
Supercapitalism (Robert B Reich) PDF
Rebecca Lewis 105-109
The Last Word: Media Coverage of the Supreme Court of Canada (Florian Sauvageau David Schneiderman David Taras) PDF
Mike James 109-112


 

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