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 and professional librarians at the Schulich School of Law. The Dalhousie Law Journal publishes two issues per year.
The Journal’s vision is to be a platform for the ideas and voices of legal academics, practitioners, and students.
Current Issue: Volume 44, Issue 1 (2021) 44:1 (2021) Special Issue: Purdy Crawford Workshop: The Role of Business Regulation in Advancing the Sustainable Development Goals
International Tax Law Between Loyalty, Exit, and Voice
TarcÍsio Diniz Magalhães
Judging by the Numbers: Judicial Analytics, the Justice System and its Stakeholders
Jena McGill and Amy Salyzyn