Vol. 39 Nbr. 6, July - July 2015
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- Democratic governance: The constitution and Canada's branches of government.
- The Supreme Court of Canada: A history.
- Judicial review is different from judicial activism.
- The Nadon reference: A unique challenge.
- Top courts in the U.S. and Canada: A comparison.
- What self--represented litigants (actually) want.
- Small claims Court: A Venue made for self-represented litigants.
- The vexatious litigant.
- Financial disclosure in family law cases, don't hide; It's best to provide!
- Supreme Court of Canada addresses jury composition and Aboriginal Equality.
- Politician resignations and personal liability for by-election costs.
- Going it alone? Resources for self-represented litigants.
- The purposes and activities divide in charity regulation.
- John Lennon: Working class hero and legal activist.
- Whatever happened to... Antrim truck Ltd. and public nuisances.