Law reform, meaning, process, misconceptions
The work of the Law Reform Commission of Canada prompts a reconsideration of our understanding of the meaning and process of law reform.1 After referring to one recent attempt in England to change the law of evidence in criminal cases, I will review certain misconceptions about the meaning of law reform and then consider the extent to which these misconceptions have been avoided by the Canadian commission.
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John Barnes, “The Law Reform Commission of Canada” (1975-1976) 2:1 DLJ 62.