Public Law: Cases, Commentary, and Analysis, Third Edition
Available in the Osgoode Hall Law School Library
Public Law: Cases, Commentary, and Analysis, 3rd Edition, is the only text of its kind devoted exclusively to public law in Canada. Using carefully selected case excerpts, this text demonstrates concepts, principles, and theory in a direct and accessible manner. Cases are presented with insightful author commentary, offering a compelling, cohesive introduction to the subject of public law.
This latest edition has been reorganized to consolidate themes and build links between chapters. It has been expanded to reflect the latest public law developments in Aboriginal law, electoral law, parliamentary ethics, and senate appointments. In addition, it has been updated to include recent changes from the Supreme Court of Canada, including the Supreme Court Act Reference (Nadon Reference) and Senate Reform Reference.
Haigh, Richard; Forcese, Craig; Dodek, Adam; Bryden, Philip; Carver, Peter; Liston, Mary; and Macintosh, Constance, "Public Law: Cases, Commentary, and Analysis, Third Edition" (2015). Books. 311.