CJLS


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AcronymDefinition
CJLSCommittee on Jewish Law and Standards
CJLSCanadian Journal of Law and Society (Carleton University; Canada)
CJLSCentral Jersey Legal Services (various locations)
CJLSCentral Japanese Language School (Tokyo, Japan)
CJLSCriminal Justice and Legal Studies (coursework; various universities)
CJLSColumbus Japanese Language School (Columbus, OH)
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(83.) See Colleen Bell, "Subject to Exception: Security Certificates, National Security and Canada's Role in the 'War on Terror'" (2006) 21:1 CJLS 63; Colleen Bell, The Freedom of Security: Governing Canada in the Age of Counter-Terrorism (Vancouver: UBC Press, 2011).
See HW Arthurs, "To Know Ourselves: Exploring the Secret Life of Canadian Scholarship" (1985) 23:4 Osgoode Hall LJ 403; Roderick A Macdonald, "Still 'Law' and Still 'Learning'?" (2003) 18:1 CJLS 5 at 10-14 [Macdonald, "Law and Learning"] (for aspects of the Arthurs Report pertaining to legal scholarship).
As chairman of the CJLS, Adler would try to capture unity from amid the wide religious diversity among Conservative rabbis; only a definable Conservative movement could become the new organizing center of Jewish life that its leaders envisioned.
Protecting Confidential Research Information" (2000) 15:1 CJLS 39
It was to be completed within two years and reported to the Committee on Law and Standards (CJLS),(3) which establishes religious policy for the movement.
(87) See generally Nicholas Blomley, "Enclosure, Common Right and the Property of the Poor" (2008) 17:3 Soc & Leg Stud 311 [Blomley, "Enclosure, Common Right"]; Nicholas Blomley, "Civil Rights Meet Civil Engineering: Urban Public Space and Traffic Logic" (2007) 22:2 CJLS 55 at 65-66.
(127) See Adrian A Smith, "Legal Consciousness and Resistance in Carribean Seasonal Agricultural Workers" (2005) 20:2 CJLS 95.
(19) Bayda, ibid; Weinrib, ibid; James B Kelly & Michael Murphy, "Confronting Judicial Supremacy: A Defence of Judicial Activism and the Supreme Court of Canada's Legal Rights Jurisprudence" (2001) 16 CJLS 3; Margit Cohn & Mordechai Kremnitzer, "Judicial Activism: A Multidimensional Model" (2005) 18 CJLJ 333.
(8) Mylene Jaccoud, "La justice penale et les Autochtones: d'une justice imposee au transfert de pouvoirs" (2002) 17:2 CJLS 107.
(112) Val Napoleon, "Extinction by Number: Colonialism Made Easy" (2001) 16:1 CJLS 113 at 144.
Angela Campbell, "Bountiful Voices" (2009) 47:2 Osgoode Hall LJ 183; Eve Darian-Smith, ed, Ethnography and Law (Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, 2007); John M Conley & William M O'Barr, Rules versus Relationships: The Ethnography of Legal Discourse (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1990); Shauna Van Praagh, "The Chutzpah of Chasidism" (1996) 11:2 CJLS 193; Sally Falk Moore, Law as Process: An Anthropological Approach (London, UK: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1978).