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About the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law

Democracy is a fundamental value in Canadian constitutional and political culture, best suited to provide just and equitable government for the people. Democracy is a system of government based primarily on principled public action. As a system of constitutional government, it requires the conduct of public affairs in accordance with the will of the majority of the people, supported by the rule of law and respect for minorities. These principles guide the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law (JPPL).

To strengthen and protect them from misuse or abuse of public power, democracy and democratic government must be analyzed and studied in an apolitical and non-partisan manner. JPPL aims to do this for its readers.

 

Since 2008, JPPL is published three times a year by Thomson Reuters,

on behalf of the Institute of Parliamentary and Political Law.

 

Each issue comprises:

 

Commentary on the role of law

Articles

Practice Notes

Texts about Legislation

Texts about Litigation

Texts about Jurisprudence

Texts about the Literature on Parliamentary and Political Law.

 

If you wish to express yourself on these subjects,

please contact the Gregory Tardi at lawprof@live.ca

 and submit your writing.

JPPL MANAGEMENT

 

  Rob Walsh - General Editor

Gregory Tardi - Executive Editor

Steven Chaplin - Deputy Editor

Gavin Murphy - Deputy Editor

 

 

EDITORS  /  MEMBRES DU CONSEIL DE LA RÉDACTION

J.W.J. Bowden

Prof. Kathy Brock

Prof. Yan Campagnolo

Julia Deutsch

Benoît Duchesne

Charles Feldman

Dave Guénette

Amélie Lavigne

Niamh Leonard

Megan Ma

Nicholas Macdonald

Prof. Radha Persaud

Prof. Maxime St.-Hilaire

Gail Sinclair

Anna Turinov

Siobhan Walsh

Shane Zurbrigg

A Theory Comparison

June 10, 2028

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law
Volume Contents

Volume XV (15)

Forthcoming

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Volume XIV (14)

2020

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Democracy is a fundamental value in Canadian constitutional and political culture, best suited to provide just and equitable government for the people. Democracy is a system of government based primarily on principled public action. As a system of constitutional government, it requires the conduct of public affairs in accordance with the will of the majority of the people, supported by the rule of law and respect for minorities. These principles guide the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law (JPPL).


To strengthen and protect them from misuse or abuse of public power, democracy and democratic government must be analyzed and studied in an apolitical and non-partisan manner. JPPL aims to do this for its readers.


JPPL is published three times a year, since 2008, by Thomson Reuters, on behalf of the Institute of Parliamentary and Political Law. Each issue comprises:


Commentary of the role of law

Articles

Practice Notes

Texts about Legislation

Texts about Litigation

Texts about Jurisprudence

Texts about the Literature on Parliamentary and Political Law.


If you wish to express yourself on these subjects, please contact the Editorial Board and submit your writing.

Democracy is a fundamental value in Canadian constitutional and political culture, best suited to provide just and equitable government for the people. Democracy is a system of government based primarily on principled public action. As a system of constitutional government, it requires the conduct of public affairs in accordance with the will of the majority of the people, supported by the rule of law and respect for minorities. These principles guide the Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law (JPPL).


To strengthen and protect them from misuse or abuse of public power, democracy and democratic government must be analyzed and studied in an apolitical and non-partisan manner. JPPL aims to do this for its readers.


JPPL is published three times a year, since 2008, by Thomson Reuters, on behalf of the Institute of Parliamentary and Political Law. Each issue comprises:


Commentary of the role of law

Articles

Practice Notes

Texts about Legislation

Texts about Litigation

Texts about Jurisprudence

Texts about the Literature on Parliamentary and Political Law.


If you wish to express yourself on these subjects, please contact the Editorial Board and submit your writing.