xlvi ONTARIO REPORTS APRIL 12, 2019
This new text edited by Cheryl Milne and Kent Roach presents an overview
of theories and strategies for public interest litigation and the various avenues
and methodologies that have been used in Canadian history. It also examines
its development since the introduction of the Charter, challenges and successes,
procedural issues, the role of intervenors and its social impact.
The volume is broken down into four parts, with each part comprising long
analytical essays and a few case comments.
The Collection of Papers
• Part I: Overarching Themes and Strategies in Public Interest Litigation
• Part II: Procedural and Technical Issues
• Part III: Interventions
• Part IV: Case Studies
AVAILABLE APRIL 2019
$115 | Approx. 350 pages | Softcover
PUBLIC INTEREST LITIGATION