Thesis Survey/recension Des Theses

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Thesis Survey/recension Des Theses


I. Doctoral Theses/Theses de doctorat

Bita Amani, Merchants & Missionaries: Patenting Life, Competing International Obligations and the Proselytization of a Realistic Utopia, University of Toronto.

Oleksandra Baglay, Refugee Law and National/Supranational Identity: A Comparative Study of Australia, Canada and the European Union, Osgoode Hall Law School.

Kristin Bartenstein, L'antagonisme <> ou le principe de developpement durable comme fil conducteur pour la reconciliation des interets commerciaux et environnementaux sous l'article XX du GATT, Universite Laval.

Stephane Bernatchez, Juger les lois: La legitimite democratique et la fonction du controle judiciaire de constitutionnalite, Universite de Montreal.

Louise Bernier, Justice in Genetics: Intellectual Property and Human Rights from a Cosmopolitan Liberal Perspective, McGill University.

Irus Braverman, Tree Wars: A Study of Natural Governance in Israel/Palestine and in Four North American Cities, University of Toronto.

Charles-Emmanuel Cote, La participation des personnes privees au reglement des differends internationaux: le cas de l'elargissement du droit de porter plainte a l'organisation mondiale du commerce, McGill University.

Hugo Cyr, Canadian Federalism and Treaty Powers: Existential Communities, Functional Regimes and the Canadian Constitution, Universite de Montreal.

Thierry Dorval, The Role of Corporate Governance in Reducing Agency Problems and Assisting Directors in the Discharge of their Fiduciary Duties, University of Ottawa.

Aldo Forgione, Tax Paradox of a Rich Developing Country: Canadian Taxation of International Business Income in the Digital Age, University of Toronto.

Soren Frederiksen, An Actor Network Approach to the Study of Scientific Evidence in Canada, Osgoode Hall Law School.

Shelley Gavigan, Criminal Law on the Aboriginal Plains: The First Nations and the First Criminal Court in the North-West Territories, 1870-1903, University of Toronto.

Fakhri Gharbi, Pour une meilleure previsibilite dans l'indication des mesures conservatoires par la Cour Internationale de Justice, Universite Laval.

Shiva Giri, Defining the Limits and Scope of the National Treatment Obligation in the GATT: A Law and Economics Approach, University of Toronto.

Mark Heeler, Police Power in Law Reform: A Socio-Legal Case Study o/Police Chief Participation in the Making of 1997 Anti-Gang Legislation, Osgoode Hall Law School.

Juan Antonio Herrera, Mexico's Implementation of the Biodiversity Convention and the Cartagena Protocol in the GMO Era: Challenges in Principles. Policies and Practices, Dalhousie Law School.

Gina Hill, From Outside Contributors to &side Participants: Exploring How NGOs Contribute to and Participate in Creating International Law--Examining the Negotiations for the Ottawa Convention Banning Landmines and the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, University of Ottawa.

Melanie Hoffert, L'evolution des droits des femmes conditionnee par la protection de la famille. L'exemple des alternatives a l'autorisation maritale en France et au Quebec de 1804 a 1938, Universite Laval.

Christopher Jenkins, Judicial Review of Unlawful Combatant Detentions under the United States Constitution, McGill University.

Richard Jochelson, A Relational Account of Freedom of Expression, Osgoode Hall Law School.

Kerline Joseph, La quete d'une egalite effective pour les femmes africaines aux niveaux national et regional: le cas de la Sierra Leone, Universite de Montreal.

Winifred Kamau, Law, Family and Dispute Resolution: Negotiating Justice in a Plural Legal Context, Osgoode Hall Law School.

Jarmila Lajcakova, Ethnocultural Justice for the Roma in Slovakia, University of Toronto.

Tracey Lindberg, Critical Indigenous Legal Theory, University of Ottawa. …

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