The State of Canada’s Constitutional Democracy – February 2016
Special Issue of the Constitutional Forum e-journal focuses on Asper Centre’s February 2016 symposium on the State of Canada’s Constitutional Democracy
Constitutional Remedies: Are They Effective and Meaningful? – February 28, 2014
Bredt, Christopher and Pessione, Heather, “Advance Cost Awards: A Critical Analysis” (2015) 34:1 National Journal of Constitutional Law, 31-47.
Agarwal, Ranjan and Marcus, Joseph, “Where There is No Remedy, There is No Right; Using Charter Damages to Compensate Victims of Racial Profiling” (2015) 34:1 National Journal of Constitutional Law, 75-98.
Social Science Evidence in Charter Litigation: 30 Years of Fact Finding – November 9, 2012
Dawood, Yasmin, “Democracy and Deference: The Role of Social Science Evidence in Election Law Cases” (2014) 32:2 National Journal of Constitutional Law 173-191.
Hughes, Jula and MacDonnel, Vanessa “Social Science Evidence in Constitutional Rights Cases in Germany and Canada: Some Comparative Observations” (2013) 32:1 National Journal of Constitutional Law 23-60.
Mounsey, Roslyn, “Social Science Evidence as Proof of Legislative Fact in Constitutional Litigation: A Proposed Framework for a Reliability Analysis” (2014) 32:2 National Journal of Constitutional Law 127-149.
Pal, Michael, “Democratic Rights and Social Science Evidence” (2014) 32:2 National Journal of Constitutional Law 151-171.
Schwartz, Hart, “When Litigation Privilege Should Yield in Charter Litigation” (2013) 32:1 National Journal of Constitutional Law 1-21.
Wray, B.J., “How Same-Sex Marriage Helped Keep Polygamy a Criminal Offence” (2013) 32:1 National Journal of Constitutional Law 113-125.
Reference re: Assisted Human Reproduction Act, Implications of the Supreme Court’s Decision, November 4-5, 2011
Constitutional Conventions Workshop – February 4, 2011
Interventions Symposium – November 6, 2009
Ben Alarie and Andrew Green, Interventions at the Supreme Court of Canada: Accuracy, Affiliation, and Acceptance
Nathalie Des Rosiers, Interventions
Paul M. Collins, Jr., Interest Group Participation in the United States Supreme Court
Michael Fordham QC, Public Interest Interventions in the UK Supreme Court: Ten Virtues
Best Interests of the Child Conference – February 27-28, 2009
The Best Interests of the Child: Meaning and Application in Canada: The Canadian Coalition for the Rights of Children has released its report on the Best Interests of the Child Conference co-sponsored by the Faculty, the Asper Centre and others. News Release