Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice

Consistent with its history and mandate and in light of previous suggestions by SSHRC, the Yearbook has sought to ensure that published articles move beyond doctrinal analysis of law. While analysis of legal texts and developments in legal interpretation are by no means eschewed, the Editors acknowledged the extraordinary wealth of scholarship about access to justice (rather than access to legal institutions) in the discourses of anthropology, philosophy, social history, classics and literary criticism. The Editors intend to continue efforts to tap the potential of such scholarship for the Yearbook and value papers that draw upon social science and other non-doctrinal sources of legal scholarship.


EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

Laverne Jacobs, University of Windsor, Canada

EDITOR(S)

Anneke Smit, University of Windsor, Canada
Pascale Chapdelaine, University of Windsor, Canada
Noel Semple, University of Windsor, Canada
Sara Wharton University of Windsor, Canada

BOOK REVIEW EDITOR

Sujith Xavier, University of Windsor, Canada

CO-ORDINATOR

Vidya Balachandar, University of Windsor, Canada



Vol 33, No 1 (2016): Windsor Yearbook of Access to Justice

Special Issue: Indigenous Law, Lands and Literature

Table of Contents

FOREWORD

John Borrows
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v - ix

ARTICLES

John Borrows
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1 - 27
Hannah Askew
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29 - 46
Robert YELḰÁTŦE Clifford
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47 - 63
Jeffery G. Hewitt
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65 - 84
Hadley Friedland
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85 - 101
Sarah Morales
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103 - 123
Kerry Sloan
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125 - 147
Lindsay Borrows
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149 - 165
Aaron Mills
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167 - 186
Nancy Sandy
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187 - 219