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LAW435A - Constitutional Law

An introduction to the legal framework governing the exercise of power by the legislative, executive and judicial branches of the Canadian state, covering who has the power to make new laws, the power to implement laws, and the power to adjudicate disputes. The limitations imposed on these powers by the rules of federalism and by the provisions of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms are also considered. An introduction to the constitutional provisions concerning Canada's Aboriginal peoples is also included.

Fall Term 2020

Lecture Sections

Fall Term 2020 - LEC C1 (72924)

MW 14:45:00 - 15:45:00 (LC 207A)
Instructor: eadams@ualberta.ca

Fall Term 2020 - LEC C2 (81260)

MW 14:45:00 - 15:45:00 (TBD)
Instructor: dlindber@ualberta.ca

Fall Term 2020 - LEC C4 (87051)

F 09:45:00 - 11:45:00 (TBD)
Instructor: lewans@ualberta.ca

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