Changing the conversation one idea at a time
The Dalhousie Law Journal is one of North America’s few faculty-run publications with an editorial board composed exclusively of full-time professors at the Schulich School of Law.
The Journal’s vision is to be a platform for the ideas and voices of legal academics, practitioners, and students.
Current Issue: Volume 43, Issue 1 (2020)
Incremental Publishing of the Dalhousie Law JournalWhen authors publish with the Dalhousie Law Journal we want to get their work into the public domain as quickly as possible. That’s why we electronically publish authors’ work as soon as it has completed our review and formatting processes. You’ll find the work that will appear in our upcoming print issue here.
The Implications of Federalism for the Regulation of Federal Government Lawyers
Andrew Flavelle Martin
Treaty Shopping and the New Multilateral Tax Agreement—Is it Business as Usual in Canada?
Catherine Anne Brown and Joseph Bogle
A Less Private Practice: Government Lawyers and Legal Ethics