Amol Punjabi, Katharine Hodge and Tim Morrissey were inducted into the Certamen Hall of Fame, an honor earned by winning at least two NJCL
Competitive Certamen championships.
He added after making such an investment in a player, they are asked to make a commitment to the programme by representing the centre in the NJCL
, while being free to play for their clubs in other competitions.
2) Canada, Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Proceedings, 41st Parliament, 1st Sess, No 32 (20 March 2013) (Benoit Pelletier); Robert E Hawkins, "'The Monarch is Dead; Long Live the Monarch': Canada's Assent to Amending the Rules of Succession" (2013) 7 Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law [Hawkins]; Peter Hogg, "Succession to the Throne" (2014) 33 NJCL
[forthcoming in 2014] [Hogg Succession] ; Canada, Standing Senate Committee on Legal and Constitutional Affairs, Proceedings, 41st Parliament, 1st Sess, No 32 (20 March 2013) (Submission, Mark Walters' written submission on legal and constitutional affairs concerning bill C-53, 5 March 2013).
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59; Hart Schwartz "Making Sense of Section 15 of the Charter" (2011) 29 NJCL
201; Peter W Hogg, Constitutional Law of Canada, 2009 student ed (Toronto: Carswell, 2009); Donna Greschner, "Does Law Advance the Cause of Equality?
Hogg, supra note 37 at 1054; Robert Charney, "The Contract Clause Comes to Canada: The British Columbia Health Services Case and the Sanctity of Collective Agreements" (2008) 23 NJCL
65 at 71 [Charney, "Contract Clause"]; Brian Etherington, "The BC Health Services and Support Decision--The Constitutionalization of A Right to Bargain Collectively in Canada: Where Will It Lead?
29) Peter Hogg, "Prorogation and the Power of the Governor General" (2009) 27 NJCL
193 [Hogg, 2009] at 197-98.
29) Canadian Council, supra note 20 at para 31; Iacobucci, supra note 7 at 12; Carissima Mathen, "Access to Charter Justice and the Rule of Law" (2008) 25 NJCL
191 at 191; Lorne Sossin, "The Justice of Access: Who Should Have Standing to Challenge the Constitutional Adequacy of Legal Aid?
20) Voir par ex Ghislain Otis, <<La place des cultures juridiques et des langues autochtones dans les accords d'autonomie gouvernementale au Canada>> (2009) 54:2 RD McGill 237; Caroline Baillairge, Les droits linguistiques des peuples autochtones au Quebec et en Ontario, these de maitrise en droit, Universite d'Ottawa, 2012 [non publiee]; Joseph Eliott Maguet, Litigating Aboriginal Culture, Edmonton, Junliber, 2005; Fernand de Varennes, <<L'article 35 de la Loi constitutionnelle de 1982 et la protection des droits linguistiques des peuples autochtones>> (1994) 4 NJCL
265; David Leitch, <<Canada's Native Languages: The Rights of First Nations to Educate Their Children in Their Own Language>> (2006) 15: 3 Const Forum Const 107.
2010) 26 NJCL
279; Janet Walker, "Are National Class Actions Constitutional?
See Vanessa A MacDonnell, "The Constitution as Framework for Governance" (2013) 63:4 UTLJ 624; Jula Hughes & Vanessa MacDonnell, "Social Science Evidence in Constitutional Rights Cases in Germany and Canada: Some Comparative Observations" (2013) 32:1 NJCL
23; Vanessa MacDonnell & Jula Hughes, "The German Abortion Decisions and the Protective Function in German and Canadian Constitutional Law" (2013) 50:4 Osgoode Hall LJ 999.