(2013) 26 Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice

The recent volume of the Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice (26(2)) is legal ethics orientated.  In addition to Alice Woolley’s piece on good character there is an article by Simon Ruel, “What Privileges Arise in the Administrative Context, and When” (at 141) and Michael Morris and Sandra Nishikawa have an article “The Orphans of Legal Ethics: Why government lawyers are different – and how we protect and promote that difference in service of the rule of law and the public interest” (at 171).

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