Blog of the International Journal of Constitutional Law

Tag: Senate Reference

  • Video Interview: National Supreme Courts and Legal Complexity, Featuring Kate Glover

    —Richard Albert, Boston College Law School In this latest installment of our new video interview series at I-CONnect, I interview Kate Glover on the subject of national supreme courts and legal complexity, with a particular focus on Canada in comparative perspective.

  • Supreme Court of Canada Issues Advisory Opinion in Senate Reference

    –David Dias, Senior Editor at Lexpert [Cross-posted from Canadian Lawyer Magazine under title “SCC pours cold water on Harper’s Senate plans”] The Supreme Court of Canada today effectively put an end to the Conservative government’s goal of reforming the Senate, pouring cold water over any idea that Ottawa can unilaterally impose term limits or consultative elections on members of the Upper House.

  • Podcast on Senate Reference

    –Richard Albert, Boston College Law School Last week, we alerted to you an important advisory opinion on Senate reform scheduled to be released by the Supreme Court of Canada tomorrow. Ahead of this important day in Canadian constitutional law, the McGill Law Journal has recorded an informative podcast on the subject.