The Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies is a non-profit, academic journal that publishes work from current law students and recent alumni in Canada and throughout the world. It was established in 1991 as a forum that promotes reflection and debate about contemporary legal issues. As one of the only publications of its kind in Canada, the Journal serves as a unique vehicle for law students to publish their work.
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Vol 22 (2013)
Table of Contents
|From en ventre sa mere to Thawing an Heir: Posthumously Conceived Children and the Implications for Succession Law in Canada|
|Christine E. Doucet||1-20|
|HIV and Shared Responsibility: A Critical Evaluation of Mabior and DC|
|Clarifying the Role of Precedent and the Doctrine of Stare Decisis in Trial and Intermediate Appellate Level Charter Analysis|
|Adryan J.W. Toth||34-58|
|Cost of Admission: One Rubber Stamp - Evaluating the Significance of Investigative Necessity in Wiretap Authorizations after R v Araujo|
|International Commercial Arbitration in China: Locating the Development of CIETAC in the Context of International and Domestic Factors|
|Child Support and Shared Parenting in Canada: A "Reality Cheque"|
|Jagged Little Pill: The New Frontier for Shareholder Rights Plans and the Fiduciary Duties of Target Boards|
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