Knowledge@SchulichLaw

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2015: Faculty Scholarship

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Faculty Scholarship

After Carter v. Canada SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
Aquaculture Governance in Canada: A Patchwork of Approaches SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, Phillip Saunders
Annotation: United States v Wakeling (Supreme Court of Canada 2014) SSRN
Robert J. Currie
Assisted Dying for Individuals with Dementia: Challenges for Translating Ethical Positions into Law SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
Canadian Perspectives on Animals and the Law Novanet
Vaughan Black
The Cycles of Global Telecommunication Censorship and Surveillance SSRN
Jonathan Penney
Draft Federal Legislation to Amend the Criminal Code to Be Consistent with Carter v. Canada (Attorney General) 2015 SCC 5 SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
Draft Provincial/Territorial Legislation to Implement a Regulatory Framework for Medically-Assisted Dying Consistent with Carter v. Canada (Attorney General) 2015 SCC 5 and the Final Report of the Provincial-Territorial Expert Advisory Group on Physician- SSRN
Jocelyn Downie
From Integrity Agency to Accountability Network: The Political Economy of Public Sector Oversight in Canada SSRN
Jamie Baxter
Incidental Findings and the Minimal Risk Standard in Pediatric Neuroimaging Research SSRN
Jocelyn Downie, Michael Hadskis
The Inhospitable Court SSRN
Elaine Craig
International Tax Policy: The Counter-Story Presented by the BRICS SSRN
Kim Brooks
Loss and Damage in the UN Climate Regime: Prospects for Paris SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
No Lawyer for a Hundred Miles? Mapping the New Geography of Access of Justice in Canada SSRN
Jamie Baxter
The Past, Present, and Future of Canadian Environmental Law: A Critical Dialogue SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
Personal Stare Decisis, HIV Non-Disclosure, and the Decision in Mabior SSRN
Elaine Craig
A Retrospective on the Contributions of Neil Brooks: So Far SSRN
Kim Brooks
"Scholarship as Activism" Chapter 29 in The Unbounded Level of the Mind: Rod MacDonald's Legal Imagination Novanet
Kim Brooks
The Supreme Court's 2013 Tax Cases: Side-Stepping the Interesting, Important and Difficult Issues
Kim Brooks
The Sydney Tar Ponds Case: Shutting the Door on Environmental Class Action Suits in Nova Scotia? SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
Teaching 'Public Interest Vocationalism': Law as a Case Study SSRN
Jocelyn Downie, Richard Devlin
The Troubling Role of Tax Treaties SSRN
Kim Brooks
Recovery Planning for Pacific Marine Species at Risk in the Wake of Climate Change and Ocean Acidification: Canadian Practice, Future Courses SSRN
David VanderZwaag
The Role of Strategic Environmental Assessments in Improving the Governance of Emerging New Industries: A Case Study of Wind Developments in Nova Scotia SSRN
Meinhard Doelle