NJCL


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NJCLNational Junior Classical League
NJCLNorth Jersey Coast Line (New Jersey Transit commuter rail line)
NJCLNational Jewish Coalition for Literacy (Boston, MA; est. 1997)
NJCLNational Jewish Campus Life (United Israel Appeal Federations Canada; Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
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New Paradigms for Privacy Law in Canada" (2015) 35 NJCL 59 at 60, 83, similarly speaks of "emerging paradigms of privacy," arguing that "we need a more flexible legal notion of privacy" and that the "law must allow law-makers and judges more flexibility to recognize a new dimension of privacy."
Clitheroe Should Have Joined a Union: A Comment on Fraser and Clitheroe," (2010) 27 NJCL 45 at 51-51 [Charney, "Majoritarian Exclusivity"].
(6) Johanne Poirier, "Federalism, Social Policy and Competing Visions of the Canadian Social Union" (2002) 14 NJCL 355 at 364-65.
See generally David M Brown, "Tradition and Change in Constitutional Interpretation: Do Living Trees Have Roots?" (2006) 19 NJCL 33 at 69-73.
(52) For a discussion of the sometimes dichotomous treatment of rights in the Canadian context, see Martha Jackman, "What's Wrong with Social and Economic Rights?" (2000) 11:2 NJCL 235.
For a discussion of this case, see Michael Pal, "Democratic Rights and Social Science Evidence" (2014) 32:2 NJCL 151 [Pal, "Social Science Evidence"].
(87) Beth Bilson, "The Voice from the Trenches: Administrative Tribunals and the Interpretation of the Charter" (2006) 69:1 Sask L Rev 3; David Mullan, "Administrative Tribunals and Judicial Review of Charter issues after Multani" (2006/2007) 21 NJCL 127; Genevieve Cartier, "The Baker Effect: A New Interface Between the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms and Administrative Law--The case of Discretion" in David Dyzenhaus, ed, The Unity of Public Law (Oxford: Hart Publishing, 2004) 61.
(2) Peter W Hogg & Gordon McKee, "Are National Class Actions Constitutional?" (2010) 26 NJCL 279.
(34) For a discussion of these arguments, see: Margaret Banks, "If the Queen were to abdicate: Procedure under Canada's Constitution" (1990) 28:2 Alta L Rev 535, 537-9; Anne Twomey, "Changing the Rules of Succession to the Throne" [Spring 2011] Public L 378, 397-400; Peter W Hogg, "Succession to the Throne" (2014) 33 NJCL 83, 93-4.
(144) See Paul Joffe, "UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples: Canadian Government Positions Incompatible with Genuine Reconciliation" (2010) 26:2 NJCL 121 at 133.
>> (2006) 4 : 2 NZ J Pub & Intl L 147 a la p 148; Jean Leclair, << Canada's Unfathomable Unwritten Constitutional Principles >> (2002) 27 ; 2 Queen's LJ 389; Jean Leclair et Yves-Marie Morissette, << L'independance judiciaire et la Cour supreme ; reconstruction historique douteuse et theorie constitutionnelle de complaisance >> (1998) 36 : 3 Osgoode Hall LJ 485; Warren J Newman, << Reflexions sur la portee veritable des principes constitutionnels dans l'interpretation et l'application de la Constitution du Canada>> (2001-02) 13 NJCL 117; Eugenie Brouillet, << La dilution du principe federatif et la jurisprudence de la Cour supreme du Canada >> (2004) 45 : 1 C de D 7.
(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).