University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review

Articles from Vol. 72, No. 1, Winter

Forgetting Youth: The Use of Prior Youth Records to Impugn Credibility
INTRODUCTION I USING PRIOR CONVICTIONS TO IMPUGN CREDIBILITY Justification for the Use of Prior Convictions R v Corbett: Limiting the Use of Prior Convictions Challenges to this Law II PARALLEL TREATMENT OF YOUTH OFFENDERS...
Letter from the Editors
INTER 2014 How do we protect members of marginalized and vulnerable groups? How do we ensure that the legal system does not exacerbate their vulnerability? These concerns, which arise in both civil and criminal contexts, lie at the heart of Canadian...
Religious Practice as a "Thin Skull" in the Context of Civil Liability
I INTRODUCTION II WHAT IS PROTECTED? UNPACKING SOMETIMES CONFLICTING UNDERSTANDINGS OF THE INDIVIDUAL The Private Law Conception The Public Law Vision III AIMS OF THE THIN SKULL RULE: AN OVERLAP WITH FUNDAMENTAL FREEDOMS...