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2012: Faculty Scholarship Climate Governance at the Municipal Level in Canada: A Case Study of Mitigation Efforts in Halifax Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2013: Faculty Scholarship Putting the Train of Environmental Governance Back on Track: Nova Scotia’s Experiment in Using Legislation to Strengthen Environmental Governance Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, William Lahey
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Born in Faith, Continued in Determination: B.A. (Rocky) Jones and the Egalitarian Practice of Law in: In Search of the Ethical Lawyer: Stories from the Canadian Legal Profession Abstract  Novanet
Richard Devlin
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Negotiating the Interface of Environmental and Economic Governance: Nova Scotia's Environmental Goals and Sustainable Prosperity Act Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, William Lahey
 
2011: Faculty Scholarship R. v. Ryan Duress is Not Necessary Where Necessity is Sufficient Abstract  SSRN
Steve Coughlan
 
2012: Faculty Scholarship Appendices to 'Respectful and Responsible Relationships: There’s No App for that (The Report of the Nova Scotia Task Force on Bullying and Cyberbullying)' Abstract  SSRN
Wayne MacKay
 
2014: Faculty Scholarship A New Regulatory Framework for Low-Impact/High-Value Aquaculture in Nova Scotia Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle, William Lahey
 
2015: Faculty Scholarship The Sydney Tar Ponds Case: Shutting the Door on Environmental Class Action Suits in Nova Scotia? Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
2016: Faculty Scholarship Nova Scotia's Cap & Trade System: A Modest Proposal Abstract  SSRN
Meinhard Doelle
 
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