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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UPDATE - Volume 25 John D. Stevenson Award
|This year’s John D. Stevenson Essay Prize is awarded to David Zhou for his article Re Indalex: The Confluence of Pension, Insolvency and Fiduciary Law. Our second and third place runners up are Emily Hansen and Nicole Power, respectively, for their articles Who is Harmed by Fantasy? A Deliberative and Charter Analysis of Canada's Child Pornography Law and The Problem of False Comparisons: Animal Welfare Discourse and the Anti-Choice Movement.|
CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS: Volume 27
|We are now accepting submissions for Volume 27 of the Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies. The deadline is Thursday, November 02, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. Papers must be submitted through our website. For more information, click here.|
2L student Jamie Watson wins 'Think Tank 3' prize for best presentation
Congratulations to second-year Schulich School of Law student Jamie Watson who is this year's recipient of the Think Tank Student Legal Research Prize for her presentation entitled "Not 'Real Killers': The Restrained Use of the Criminal Law in Assisted Suicide and Euthanasia in Canada."
Vol 26 (2018)
Table of Contents
|Experts for Hire: A Dangerous Practice Which Increases the Risk of Bias and Disadvantages the Accused|
|When Google Becomes the Norm: The Case for Privacy and the Right to be Forgotten|
|Legislating Away Illness: Examining Efforts to Curb the Development of Eating Disorders Through Law|
|Profit Shifting by Canadian Multinational Corporations: Prospects of Reversal under Canada's Country-by-Country Reporting Rules|
|Oladiwura Ayeyemi Eyitayo||79-111|
|Ethics, Legal Professionalism and Reconciliation: Enacting Reconciliation Through Civility|
|By All Unlawful Means? An Inquiry into the Scope of the Unlawful Means Tort|
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