Vol 54 No 1 (September 2021)

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ARTICLES

Joshua Blum, “The Chiarelli Doctrine: Immigration Exceptionalism and the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms” pp 1–62
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 1

Jonathan de Vries, “The Super Panel Doctrine” pp 63–118
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 63

Rebecca Dickson, “Does the Notice of Objection Mechanism Available to Civil Resolution Tribunal Small Claims Parties Enhance Access to Justice?” pp 119–50
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 119

Kyle McCleery, “’Resort to the Easy Answer’: Gladue and the Treatment of Indigenous NCRMD Accused by the British Columbia Review Board” pp 151–202
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 151

Tamar Meshel, “From Nevsun v Araya to the CORE: Taking Stock of State-Based Business and Human Rights Grievance Mechanisms in Canada” pp 203–51
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 203

Teresa Scassa, “Administrative Law and the Governance of Automated Decision Making: A Critical Look at Canada’s Directive on Automated Decision Making” pp 251–98
Citation info: (2021) 54:1 UBC L Rev 251