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Judicial power and Canadian democracy

Author: Peter H Russell; Paul Howe; Institute for Research on Public Policy.
Publisher: Montreal : Published for the Institute for Research on Public Policy by McGill-Queen's University Press, ©2001.
Edition/Format:   Book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Chiefly papers originally presented at Guiding the Rule of Law into the 21st Century, a conference held Apr. 16-17, 1999 at the University of Ottawa.
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Material Type: Conference publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Peter H Russell; Paul Howe; Institute for Research on Public Policy.
ISBN: 0773521313 9780773521315 0773522255 9780773522251
OCLC Number: 45140346
Notes: Most papers originally presented at Guiding the Rule of Law into the 21st Century, a conference held Apr. 16-17, 1999 at the University of Ottawa.
Description: xviii, 327 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Judicial politics in Canada: patterns and trends / Frederick Vaughan --
A British bill of rights: incorporating the European convention on human rights / Kate Malleson --
Courts, legislatures and executives in the post-charter era / Hon. Bertha Wilson --
The activist constitution / Lorraine Eisenstat Weinrib --
Courts don't make good compromises / Rainer Knopff --
The charter and legitimization of judicial activism / Sebastien Lebel-Grenier --
The provincial court judges case and extended judicial control / Pierre Patenaude --
The charter dialogue between courts and legislatures / Peter W. Hogg and Allison A. Thornston --
Dialogue or monologue? / F.L. Morton --
Reform's judicial agenda / Peter H. Russell --
A "B" for prof. Russell / E. Preston Manning. Merit selection and democratization of appointments to the Supreme Court of Canada / Jacob S. Ziegel --
Wrestling with rights: judges, parliment and the making of social policy / Janet L. Hiebert --
Interest group litigation and Canadian democracy / Gregory Hein --
Public opinion and Canada's courts / Joseph F. Fletcher and Paul Howe --
Section 33, the notwithstanding clause: a paper tiger? / Howard Leeson.
Responsibility: edited by Paul Howe and Peter H. Russell.

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Chiefly papers originally presented at Guiding the Rule of Law into the 21st Century, a conference held Apr. 16-17, 1999 at the University of Ottawa.

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