Vol 44 No 1 (March 2011)

The first issue of Volume 44 was a special issue on “Diversity in the Law“. The preface by Dana F Hooker provides further details on the timeliness of this topic.

All links point directly to the full articles available on HeinOnline. For those who have subscriptions to access the service, the articles are also available on LexisNexis.

PREFACE

Dana F Hooker, “Diversity in the Law: Arguments and Perspectives” pp 1–8
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 1
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ESSAYS

Beth Bilson, “A Dividend of Diversity: The Impact of Diversity on Organizational Decision Making” pp 9–24
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 9
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Jennifer Chow, “The Call to Diversify the Legal Profession” pp 25–54
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 25
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Lisa Vogt, “Gender Diversity: Preparing for the New Legal Environment” pp 55–69
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 55
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J Charlotte Ensminger, “Accessing Justice: The Legal Profession’s Role
in Serving the Public’s Diverse Legal Needs
” pp 71–89
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 71
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Carman J Overholt, “Diversity and Professionalism in the Practice of Law” pp 91–98
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 91
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Karen L Whonnock, “A Tale of Two Courts: The New Westminster First Nations Court
and the Colville Tribal Court
” pp 99–110
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 99
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Lana KL Li, “Cultural Factors in the Law” pp 111–148
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 111
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Heather M MacNaughton and Jessica Connell, “A Delicate Balance: The Challenges Faced By Our Democratic Institutions in Reconciling the Competing Rights and Interests of a Diverse Population” pp 149–179
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 149
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Bruce MacDougall, “The Direct Voice in Legal Discussions on Equality: An Essay” pp 181–204
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 181
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Susan B Boyd, “Spaces and Challenges: Feminism in Legal Academia” pp 205–220
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 205
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Margot Young, “Context, Choice, and Rights: PHS Community Services Society v Canada (Attorney General)” pp 221–254
Citation info: (2011) 44:1 UBC L Rev 221
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