Emilio Binavince Student Research Colloquium

Submissions for the 2024 Emilio Binavince Student Research Colloquium are open until February 9th at 5:00 pm EST.

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November 3, 2023

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This article addresses two significant misunderstandings, or perhaps a single larger misunderstanding, about the nature and scope of damages for...
This article critically analyzes the role of the Divisional Court in Ontario’s justice system, and ultimately proposes that the Divisional...
Dans un contexte où les services juridiques gratuits ou à faible coût sont peu accessibles, le rôle des cliniques juridiques...
La résurgence des (biens) communs en droit des biens contemporain appelle à la reconsidération de la théorie de la propriété...

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OTTAWA LAW REVIEW – 27 February, 2023

In this episode, Associate Editor Grace El Chami interviews Andrew Stobo Sniderman about his article “‘Clearly a Subjective Determination’: Interpretations of ‘Undue Suffering’ at The Canada Agricultural Review Tribunal (2000–2019)”

Ottawa Law Review Blog

Ottawa Law Review | Revue de droit d’Ottawa

The Ottawa Law Review Blog publishes short commentaries on contemporary legal issues by academics, legal practitioners, and law students. Submissions are accepted...
The effect of the COVID-19 pandemic on the Canadian population mirrors the effect of poverty on Canadians. The pre-existing challenges...