Constitutional Law, Canada, Regulated Professions
To understand the influence of law on any regulated profession, one must first understand the influences on the creation of law. This introductory paper sets the context for that discussion of law by explaining the structural aspects of the legal system. Those aspects include the sources of law in Canada, the forms that law can take, and the parties who are primarily responsible for creating and shaping the law. This paper is structured around the discussion of four things: constitutional law, non-constitutional law, decision-makers in the legal system and, finally, a case study illustrating those features in action.
Steve Coughlan & Dale Darling, "The Canadian Legal System: An Introduction for Regulated Professions" in Michael Hadskis, Leah Hutt & Mary McNally, eds, Dental Law in Canada, 3d ed (Toronto: LexisNexis Canada, 2019).
From the Selected Works of Steve Coughlan.