Book Chapter: The Federal Principle (Const. Amendment in Canada)

Tweet Looks like I’ve been a little delinquent posting my publications.  I have a chapter in Emmett MacFarlane’s Constitutional Amendment in Canada (UTP 2016).  Not going to post a PDF yet, but the following excerpt gives a sense of it: “Amending the Constitution of Canada is difficult. The formal procedure (found in Part V of ...

“Reflecting Culture: Polygamy and the Charter”

Tweet B. Berger and J. Stribopoulos, eds, The Constitution of Criminal Justice in Canada  (Toronto: Lexis Nexis, 2012) 391-408 In 2011, I had a choice to make: prostitution or polygamy?  Both are perennial topics of debate, particularly in feminist legal circles, producing passionate oppositional dialogue; and both have gained increased profile and attention in the ...

“Women and Power (or Powerful Women)”

“Women and Power (or Powerful Women)”
Tweet “Women and Power (or Powerful Women)”  in C. Mathen and K. Brooks, eds. Women, Law and Equality: A Discussion Guide  (Toronto: Irwin Law, 2010) 177-264

“Introduction” in Equality and the Charter

“Introduction” in Equality and the Charter
Tweet “Introduction” in Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund, Equality and the Charter (Toronto: Emond Montgomery, 1996) xv-xxvi