laws of government

Announcing the Anatomy of an Election Virtual Book Launch!

You’re invited! Event: The Anatomy of an Election Virtual Book LaunchDate: Thursday, June 11, 2020Time: 1:00 p.m. (EST)Location: Anatomy of an Election Virtual Book Launch Join Irwin Law in celebrating the release of our new title, Anatomy of an Election: Canada’s Federal General Election of 2019 Through the Lens of Political Law by Gregory Tardi! We’ll be hosting our first ever virtual event on …

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Researching Legislative Intent short-listed for the 2020 Hugh Lawford Award!

The Canadian Association of Law Libraries (CALL) has announced that Researching Legislative Intent: A Practical Guide by Susan Barker and Erica Anderson has been short-listed for the 2020 Hugh Lawford Award for Excellence in Legal Publishing! This award honours Hugh Lawford (1933-2009), Professor of Law at Queens’ University and founder of Quicklaw. It is awarded to a publisher that has …

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When does independence begin? Judicial appointments & the Constitution

Craig Forcese, author of National Security Law and co-author of The Laws of Government and International Law: Doctrine, Practice, and Theory, offers a thoughtful and informative blog post about independence and judicial appointments. Read the article, as well as a 40-page excerpt from The Laws of Government, here.

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