Issue 57:3 of the Alberta Law Review is available
The Alberta Law Review has just published its latest edition – issue 57:3. There are plenty of interesting and informative articles to read including an empirical look at terrorism prosecutions in Canada, a history of comparative tax law, charity law reform, and how pseudolaw has been addressed at the Supreme Court. Other articles include a look at international continental shelf exploration, how reforms to the Supreme Court appointment process may impact Indigenous candidates, and the economics of Canadian anti-discrimination laws. Finally, there is a detailed look at the current law surrounding derivative and oppression actions, where the author goes about clarifying the tests based on recent case law.
For more information and to access this issue visit www.albertalawreview.com.