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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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Protecting Confidential Research Information" (2000) 15:1 CJLS 39
1997) 12:2 CJLS 25 at 28 (locating the origins of modern legal pluralism in the 1960s); Brian Z Tamanaha, "Understanding Legal Pluralism: Past to Present, Local to Global" (2008) 30:3 Sydney L Rev 375 [Tamanaha, "Understanding"] (writing of the 1970s as the time when "[1]egal pluralism first began to garner attention within academia in legal anthropology .
The procedure of the CJLS for the last ten years is that a minimum of six votes constitute a valid opinion, irrespective of the number of votes endorsing diverse positions.
91) Richard Jochelson, "Multidimensional Analysis as a Window into Activism Scholarship: Searching for Meaning with Sniffer Dogs" (2009) 24:2 CJLS 231 [Jochelson, "Sniffer Dogs"]; Richard Jochelson, "Trashcans and Constitutional Custodians: The Liminal Spaces of Privacy in the Wake of Patrick" (2009) 72:2 Sask L Rev 199 [Joche]son, "Trashcans"]; Richard Jochelson, "Talking Trash with the Supreme Court of Canada: The Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Under the Charter" in Kirsten Kramar, cd, Criminology: Critical Canadian Perspectives (Don Mills, Ont: Pearson Education Canada, 2011) at 255; Jochelson, "Rubicon," supra note 17 at 209.
For details on security certificates, see Rob Aitken, "Notes on the Canadian exception: security certificates in critical context" (2008) 12:4 Citizenship Studies 381; Colleen Bell, "Subject to exception: security certificates, national security and Canada's role in the 'war on terror'" (2006) 21:1 CJLS 63.
50) Michael Asch argues that "the presumption that Crown sovereignty and underlying title arise 'from the outset' of colonization must derive from the premise that prior to colonization Canada is considered in law to be a terra nullius": Michael Asch, "From Terra Nullius to Affirmation: Reconciling Aboriginal Rights with the Canadian Constitution" (2002) 17:2 CJLS 23 at 29.
103) See Davies, "Ethos", supra note 3 at 91-93; Roderick A Macdonald, "Custom Made: For a Non-chirographic Critical Legal Pluralism" (2011) 26:2 CJLS 301 at 309 [Macdonald, "Custom Made"].
Angela Campbell, "Wives' Tales: Reflecting on Research in Bountiful" (2008) 23:1-2 CJLS 121; GuriTyldum & Anette Brunovskis, "Describing the Unobserved: Methodological Challenges in Empirical Studies on Human Trafficking" (2005) 43:1-2 International Migration 17 at 18.
FM Shaver, "The Regulation of Prostitution: Avoiding the Morality Traps" (1994) 9 CJLS 123.
Monture-Angus, "Standing Against", supra note 16; Joyce Green, "Balancing Strategies: Aboriginal Women and Constitutional Rights", in Joyce Green, ed, Making Space for Indigenous Feminism (Black Point, NS: Fernwood, 2007) 140; Sherene H Razack, "Gendered Racial Violence and Spatialized Justice: The Murder of Pamela George" (2000) 15:2 CJLS 91.
111) See Ringrose & Renold, supra note 93; Sherene H Razack, "Gendered Racial Violence and Spatialized Justice: The Murder of Pamela George" (2000) 15:2 CJLS 91; Kimberle Crenshaw, "Mapping the Margins: Intersectionality, Identity Politics, and Violence Against Women of Colour" (1991) 43:6 Stan L Rev 1241.