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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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Clitheroe Should Have Joined a Union: A Comment on Fraser and Clitheroe," (2010) 27 NJCL 45 at 51-51 [Charney, "Majoritarian Exclusivity"].
88) Patrick Monahan, "The Public Policy of the Supreme Court of Canada in the Secession Reference" (2000) 11 NJCL 65 at 91.
1994) 4 NJCL 169; Thomas D Yannucci, "Debunking 'The Big Chill'--Why Defamation Suits by Corporations are Consistent with the First Amendment" (1995) 39:4 Saint Louis ULJ 1187.
224) For a thoughtful discussion of Supreme Court of Canada decisions not to grant leave, see Kent Roach, '"The Supreme Court of Canada at the Bar of Politics The Afghan Detainee and Omar Khadr Cases" (2010) 28:1 NJCL 115.
2010) 26 NJCL 279; Janet Walker, "Are National Class Actions Constitutional?
On this point see, Irvin Studin, "Constitution and strategy: Understanding Canadian power in the world" (2010) 28 NJCL 1 [Studin].
74) For additional arguments about why the Supreme Court should have granted leave to hear the Afghan detainee case, see Kent Roach "'The Supreme Court at the Bar of Politics': The Afghan Detainee and Omar Khadr Cases" (2010) 28:1 NJCL 115 at 132-41.
2) Christopher D Bredt & Markus F Kremer, "Section 3 of the Charter: Democratic Rights at the Supreme Court of Canada" (2004) 17 NJCL 19 at 22 (Bredt and Kremer point out that the variance ranged up to 67 percent, so it was more than minimal); Mark Carter, "Ambiguous Constitutional Standards and the Right to Vote" (2011) 5:2 J Parliamentary & Pol L 309 at 320-21 [Carter, "Constitutional Standards"].
The Case of Khadr v Canada" (2010) 10:3 Human Rights Law Review 487 [McGregor]; Kent Roach, "'The Supreme Court at the Bar of Politics': The Afghan Detainee and Omar Khadr Cases" (2010) 28 NJCL 115 [Roach]; Sonja Grover, "The Supreme Court of Canada's Declining of its Jurisdiction in Not Ordering the Repatriation of a Canadian Guantanamo Detainee: Implications of the Case for Our Understanding of International Humanitarian Law" (2011) 15:3 Int'l JHR 481 [Grover]; David Rangaviz, "Dangerous Deference: The Supreme Court of Canada in Canada v.
16) Rosalie Silberman Abella, "Diversity in Rights Theory: Untangling the Difference between Civil and Human Rights" (1998) 7 NJCL 255 at 259.
For my critique of the Supreme Court's unwillingness to hear this appeal and affirm the right against torture for the benefit of non-citizens, see Kent Roach, "'The Supreme Court at the Bar of Politics'" (2010) 28 NJCL 115.
v Quebec (Attorney General) and the Illusion of Section 2(b) Liberalism" (1993) 3 NJCL 37; and R Moon, "The Supreme Court of Canada on the Structure of Freedom of Expression Adjudication" (1995) 45 UTLJ 419.