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.
Treaty Shopping and the New Multilateral Tax Agreement—Is it Business as Usual in Canada?
Catherine Anne Brown and Joseph Bogle
Intervenors at the Supreme Court of Canada
Geoffrey D. Callaghan
An Examination of How the Canadian Military's Legal System Responds to Sexual Assault
Committing to Justice: The Case for Impact of Race and Culture Assessments in Sentencing African Canadian Offenders
Maria C. Dugas
Providing for Victim Redress within the Legislative Scheme for Tackling Foreign Corruption
The Implications of Federalism for the Regulation of Federal Government Lawyers
Andrew Flavelle Martin
Popping the Question: What the Questionnaire for Federal Judicial Appointments Reveals about the Pursuit of Justice, Diversity, and the Commitment to Transparency
The Opioid Crisis as Health Crisis, Not Criminal Crisis: Implications for the Criminal Justice System
A Less Private Practice: Government Lawyers and Legal Ethics
A Leap of Faith: TWAIL Meets Caribbean Queer Rights Jurisprudence—Intersections with International Human Rights Law
H. Patrick Wells