Law in Transition: A 25 Year Retrospective
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This book of essays was the brainchild of the former Dean of the Faculty of Law at the University of Calgary, Connie Hunt. It was her belief that the Faculty of Law should provide some lasting contribution to celebrate the Twenty-Fifth Anniversary of the University of Calgary as an independent institution. This book represents the fruit of the Faculty's labours in that regard. The original idea was that the book would investigate, from an Albertan perspective, legal developments over the past twenty-five years. Thus, six of the nine articles included here adopt something of an Albertan focus. The other three, however, are more generally Canadian in their content, and one of these being a work on legal theory, both transcends boundaries and avoids any overt twenty-five year stance.
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Nicholas Rafferty & Richard Devlin, eds, Special Issue: Law in Transition: A 25 Year Retrospective (1994) 32:3 Alberta L Rev.