Vol 15, No 1, 2 & 3 (2006)

Table of Contents

Articles

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KEEPING RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM UNDER WRAPS: THE CLOTHING CONTROVERSY IN SELECTED EUROPEAN COUNTRIES Abstract PDF
Richard W. Bauman, Sarah L.M. Weingarten (2006) No 1: 1-14
UNDERSTANDING LAW AND RELIGION AS CULTURE: MAKING ROOM FOR MEANING IN THE PUBLIC SPHERE Abstract PDF
Benjamin L. Berger (2006) No 1: 15-22
THE CHRISTIAN RIGHT, THE FEDERAL COURTS, AND THE CONSTITUTION IN THE UNITED STATES Abstract PDF
Judith A. Garber (2006) No 1: 23-35
RELIGIOUS DISCOURSE IN THE PUBLIC SQUARE Abstract PDF
David Blaikie, Diana Ginn (2006) No 1: 37-50
Jane Austen and the Council of the Federation Abstract PDF
Jean Leclair (2006) No 2: 51-61
Arbitration Using Sharia Law in Canada: A Constitutional and Human Rights Perspective Abstract PDF
Shirish P. Chotalia (2006) No 2: 63-78
Re-Framing the Sharia Arbitration Debate Abstract PDF
Trevor C.W. Farrow (2006) No 2: 79-86
The Truth About Canadian Judicial Activism Abstract PDF
Sanjeev Anand (2006) No 2: 87-98
Section 273.65 of the National Defence Act: Inappropriate and Unconstitutional Abstract PDF
Michael P.A. Carabash (2006) No 2: 99-105
Canada’s Native Languages: The Right of First Nations to Educate Their Children in Their Own Languages Abstract PDF
David Leitch (2006) No 3: 107-120
An Opportune Moment: The Judicial Appointment Reforms and the Judicial Credentials Demanded by the Charter Abstract PDF
Daniel Nadler (2006) No 3: 121-134
Charter Rights and Public Policy Choices: The Supreme Court and Public Finance Abstract PDF
Hugh Mellon (2006) No 3: 135-145
Invalidity and Retrospectivity under the Irish and Canadian Constitutions Abstract PDF
Ailbhe O'Neill (2006) No 3: 147-155


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