Osgoode Hall Law Journal


Marc Gold

Document Type

Special Issue Article


This article identifies and evaluates the kinds of constitutional scholarship currently produced in Canada and suggests some directions in which future research might profitably be directed Part I sets out the framework within which the state of Canadian constitutional scholarship will be assessed, considers some of the factors that have shaped that scholarship, and provides a brief overview of the various kinds of work being produced in Canada. Part II outlines some of the areas where more and different work needs to be done, concluding with some general thoughts on how the development of such directions in scholarship might be facilitated.