AbstractIn September, 2012, the Centre for Constitutional Studies and the Faculty of Law, University of Alberta, in collaboration with the Legal Education Society of Alberta, hosted a day-long Constitutional Symposium for legal practitioners and students of law. Legal academics and practitioners provided stimulating and thought provoking updates on recent jurisprudence in the constitutional area, focussing on Charter sections 2, 7 and 15, the division of powers, aboriginal rights and the Charter and criminal law. Of the twelve papers presented at this Symposium, eight are featured in this Special Issue of the Constitutional Forum.
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