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Supreme Court Law Review,
2nd Series, Volume 91
General Editor: Derek Ross
This text comprises a collection of extensively-researched papers from
leading authorities, and offers thought-provoking reflections about public
decision-making, Charter rights and values, state neutrality and secularism,
and the rule of law.
What is the role of the state in resolving social tensions rooted in competing
morals and beliefs among citizens? And what is the role of the law in resolving
such ‘values’ conflicts between the citizen and the state?
The articles collected in this volume explore some of these themes and
questions, and underscore the value of, and need for, continued dialogue
and critical examination of these issues.
The volume is divided into four parts:
• Part I: Charter Values
• Part II: Rejuvenating the Charter’s Protections
• Part III: State Neutrality, Secularism, and Religious Pluralism
• Part IV: Reconciling Competing Rights and Interests
AVAILABLE JUNE 2019
$225 | Approx. 330 pages
Hardcover | ISBN: 9780433500957