CJWLCanadian Journal of Women and the Law
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(105) See Janine Benedet, "The Sexual Assault of Intoxicated Women" (2010) 22:2 CJWL 435.
(138) See Janice Du Mont, "Charging and Sentencing in Sexual Assault Cases: An Exploratory Examination" (2003) 15:2 CJWL 305 at 313-14.
(69) Audrey Macklin, "Symes v M.N.R.: Where Sex Meets Class" (1992) 5:2 CJWL 498 at 507.
Marlee Kline, "Child Welfare Law, 'Best Interests of the Child' Ideology, and First Nations" (1992) 30:2 Osgoode Hall LJ 375 [Kline, "Child Welfare Law"]; Patricia A Monture, "A Vicious Circle: Child Welfare Law and the First Nations" (1989-90) 3 CJWL 1.
See Mary Eberts, Sharon McIvor & Teressa Nahanee, "Native Women's Association of Canada v Canada" (2006) 18:1 CJWL 67 (a Women's Court of Canada "judgment" in NWAC, supra note 1).
See Hester Lessard, "Mothers, Fathers, and Naming: Reflections on the Law Equality Framework and Trociuk v British Columbia (Attorney General)" (2004) 16:1 CJWL 165.
As Brenna Bhandar writes, the term 'marginalized' can be used "interchangeably" with 'other' "to denote a relatively 'unprivileged' location with the various social relations of class, race, gender, sexuality and ability" ("Always on the Defence: The Myth of Universality and the Persistence of Privilege in Legal Education" (2002) 14:2 CJWL 341 at 344).
An Empirical Analysis of Gender and Outcomes in Canadian Refugee Determinations" (2011) 23:2 CJWL 627 at 643.
But this has not stopped courts from adverting to these agreements when declaring parentage and filiation (see Karen Busby, "Of Surrogate Mother Born: Parentage Determinations in Canada and Elsewhere" (2013) 25:2 CJWL 284 at 296 [Busby, "Of Surrogate Mother Born"]; Regine Tremblay, "Surrogates in Quebec: The Good, the Bad, and the Foreigner" (2015) 27:1 CJWL 94 at 103-108).
(3) Elaine Craig, "The Case for the Federation of Law Societies Rejecting Trinity Western University's Proposed Law School Program" (2013) 25 CJWL 148.
(46) Karen Busby, "Erotic Asphyxiation, Vengeful Wives, and Other Enduring Myths in Spousal Sexual Assault Prosecutions" (2012) 24 CJWL 328 at 343.