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PRÉFACE
June 2017
Author(s): Me Stéphane Lacoste, Me Audrey Boctor, Me René Cadieux, Me François Dadour, Me Manon Montpetit, Me P
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EN L’HONNEUR DU JUGE LOUIS LEBEL
June 2017
Author(s): The Right Honourable Beverley McLachlin, P.C.
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FONCTIONS ET LIMITES DU DROIT DES OBLIGATIONS DANS L’OEUVRE DU JUGE LOUIS LEBEL
June 2017
Author(s): Benoît Moore, Gabriel-Arnaud Berthold
Stemming from a given sociopolitical context, the functions and limits of the general law of obligations and its general theory are hard to grasp in an absolute sense. Just barely translatable, becaus ... View Summary  View Article
LA CONTRIBUTION DU JUGE LEBEL AU DROIT JUDICIAIRE ET À LA TRADITION CIVILISTE
June 2017
Author(s): Rosalie Jukier
Justice LeBel bequeathed us an invaluable legacy in terms of Quebec procedural law. Analyzing that legacy, the author uses a thematic and transverse approach focusing on a few landmark decisions by Ju ... View Summary  View Article
THE LANGUAGE OF ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
June 2017
Author(s): Paul Daly
Administrative law has changed radically in its scope and breadth in recent decades. Old analytical frameworks have been cast aside and replaced by more open-textured concepts, such as “legality”, “ra ... View Summary  View Article
L’ARRÊT DUNSMUIR ET SES SUITES : ENFIN UNE VÉRITABLE APPROCHE PRAGMATIQUE ET FONCTIONNELLE
June 2017
Author(s): Sébastien Beauregard
In Dunsmuir, the Supreme Court overhauled the analysis involved in the standard of review. This article discusses some of the fundamental elements of that reform. The author explains how the Supreme C ... View Summary  View Article
LOUIS LEBEL, L’IMPUTABILITÉ ET LES LIMITES À LA FACULTÉ DE BLÂMER
June 2017
Author(s): Anne-Marie Boisvert
The decisions by the Hon. Louis LeBel in criminal matters denote his attachment to the principle of free will. In particular, he developed the concept of “responsibility” (imputabilité) in situations ... View Summary  View Article
L’APPORT DU JUGE LEBEL À L’ÉVOLUTION SUBSTANTIVE ET PROCÉDURALE DU SECRET PROFESSIONNEL DE L’AVOCAT
June 2017
Author(s): Giuseppe Battista, Ad. E., Ronald Prégent
Considered to be a rule of evidence until the early 1980s, solicitor-client privilege is now a principle of fundamental justice and a fundamental civil and legal right. Solicitor-client privilege is a ... View Summary  View Article
RELIRE L’ARRÊT BÉLIVEAU ST-JACQUES POUR REDONNER VIE AU PREMIER ALINÉA DE L’ARTICLE 49 DE LA CHARTE QUÉBÉCOISE DES DROITS ET LIBERTÉS DE LA PERSONNE
June 2017
Author(s): Sophie Morin
This paper proposes a re-reading of the decision in Béliveau St-Jacques (1996), a landmark decision that illustrates what Henri Mazeaud calls [TRANSLATION] “the force of attraction and the power of ab ... View Summary  View Article
L’AFFIRMATION DU RÔLE CENTRAL DES INSTITUTIONS DES RAPPORTS COLLECTIFS DU TRAVAIL DANS UN ENVIRONNEMENT JURIDIQUE MODIFIÉ : L’APPORT DU JUGE LEBEL AU DÉVELOPPEMENT DU DROIT DU TRAVAIL
June 2017
Author(s): Renée-Claude Drouin, Nicolas Pochet, Gilles Trudeau
Justice LeBel’s contribution to the development of labour law can be appreciated at the end of his term on the Supreme Court, which spanned a pivotal period for Canadian and Quebec labour law (2000–20 ... View Summary  View Article
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