Public Law: An Overview of Aboriginal, Administrative, Constitutional and International Law in Canada
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
Public Law provides comprehensive coverage, in one volume, of topics that affect the practice of every lawyer and anyone studying the law: Charter litigation, federalism, Aboriginal law, public international law and administrative law. For practitioners with cursory knowledge of public law, experts wishing a refresher, and students requiring an overview, Public Law permits quick reference, without having to access the many treatises for each of the public law subjects covered. Public Law also serves as an excellent introduction to the core doctrines of public law for students and non-lawyers.
Public law; Constitutional law; Canada
Bryant, Michael J. and Sossin, Lorne, "Public Law: An Overview of Aboriginal, Administrative, Constitutional and International Law in Canada" (2002). Books. 151.