Queen's University, Faculty of Law (Books and Journals)
- Queen's Law Journal From Vol. 44 Nbr. 1, September 2018 to Vol. 45 Nbr. 1, September 2019 Queen's University, Faculty of Law, 2019
- The Daily Work of Fitting in as a Marginalized Lawyer.
- Provincial Jurisdiction over Abortion.
- Regulation and Inequality at Work: Isolation and Inequality Beyond the Regulation of Labour.
- International Comity and the Construction of the Charter's Limits: Hape Revisited.
- Revisiting the Luck of the Draw.
- Two Views of the Cathedral: Civilian Approaches, Reasonable Expectations, and the Puzzle of Good Faith's Past and Future.
- Entrapment Minimalism: Shedding the 'No Reasonable Suspicion or Bona Fide Inquiry' Test.
- Why De Minimis Should Not Be a Defence.
- Sentencing for Sexual Offences Against Children and Youth: Mandatory Minimums, Proportionality and Unintended Consequences.
- Myth, Inference and Evidence in Sexual Assault Trials.
- Behind Closed Doors: Secret Law and the Special Advocate System in Canada.
- Political Trust as the Basis for a Social Rights Enforcement Framework.
- Canada in the World: Comparative Perspectives on the Canadian Constitution.
- MAID in Canada? Debating the Constitutionality of Canada's New Medical Assistance in Dying Law.
- Adducing Social Science Evidence in Constitutional Cases.
- The Consumption of Ideas: Tuberculosis, the Constitutions of Canada and South Africa, and the Progressive Development of Human Rights Instruments.
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