Vol 26 (2018)

The Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies is an independent, student-run, non-profit, academic journal that publishes work from current law students and recent graduates in Canada and throughout the world. It is headquartered at Dalhousie University's Schulich School of Law in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Table of Contents

Articles

Experts for Hire: A Dangerous Practice Which Increases the Risk of Bias and Disadvantages the Accused
Elisabeth Giffen 1-15
When Google Becomes the Norm: The Case for Privacy and the Right to be Forgotten
Ryan Belbin 17-35
Legislating Away Illness: Examining Efforts to Curb the Development of Eating Disorders Through Law
Connor Bildfell 37-77
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
Nicholas Healey 113-135
By All Unlawful Means? An Inquiry into the Scope of the Unlawful Means Tort
Vincent Iacono 137-164