Vol 47 No 3 (October 2014)

The third issue of Volume 47 is a special themed issue comprised of work presented at the 2013 Law on the Edge conference, which took place at UBC.

FOREWORD

Emma Cunliffe, Deirdre Howard-Wagner & Nan Seuffert, “Introduction to the Special Issue: Law on the Edge” pp 815–827
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 815
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ARTICLES

Nigel Bankes, Sharon Mascher & Jonnette Watson Hamilton, “The Recognition of Aboriginal Title and Its Relationship with Settler State Land Titles Systems” pp 829–888
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 829
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Stacey R. Jessiman, “The Edgy State of Decolonization at the Canadian Museum of History” pp 889–925
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 889
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L. Jane McMillan, “Still Seeking Justice: The Marshall Inquiry Narratives” pp 927–990
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 927
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Bruce Miller, “An Ethnographic View of Legal Entanglements on the Salish Sea Borderlands” pp 991–1023
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 991
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David Milward, “The Sentencing of Aboriginal Accused with FASD: A Search for Different Pathways” pp 1025–1083
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 1025
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Janna Promislow, “Treaties in History and Law” pp 1085–1183
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 1085
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Amanda Wilson, “Putting Therapeutic Jurisprudence on Edge: A Gendered Engagement” pp 1185–1217
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 1185
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BOOK REVIEW

Bernadette McSherry, “Manifest Madness: Mental Incapacity in Criminal Law” by Arlie Loughnan pp 1219–1224
Citation info: (2014) 47:3 UBC L Rev 1219
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