McGill Law Journal
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Corporate Law Federalism in Historical Context: Comparing Canada and the United States
L’importation interprovinciale des boissons alcoolisées à des fins personnelles : R c. Comeau et la confirmation de règles de droit de la période de la prohibition
King Rex v. Judge Judex: Adjudicating Transnational Law
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The Children Are Citizens, the Parents Are Undocumented: What Now?
19 Jan 2020
Should Canadian-born children’s eligibility for government social and health services depend on their parents’ immigration status? In this podcast, we explore how current interpretations of the Quebec Health Insurance Act are being used in the province to deny healthcare coverage to some Canadian children on this basis. We will hear from Maître Milton James Fernandez, a lawyer at Pinay, a nonprofit grassroots organization for migrant and Filipino women in Quebec, and Robert Leckey, Dean of McGill’s Faculty of Law. This podcast is produced by Karine Bedard and Tiran Rahimian, board members for Volume 64 of the McGill Law Journal.
Sustainable Democratic Constitutionalism and Climate Change4 November 2018
Programming Governance/ Governing Programming: Regulatory Challenges on the Edge of Technology19 January 2018
McGill Law Journal Symposium: Fiduciaries of Humanity and International Law20 November 2017
McGill Law Journal Francophone Conference: Artificial Intelligence & its Legal Challenges
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