1. Jurisdiction and Settler Colonialism: Where Do Laws Meet?
  2. Shiri Pasternak
  3. pp. 145-161
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  1. Moments of Decolonization: Indigenous Australia in the Here and Now
  2. Sarah Keenan
  3. pp. 163-180
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  1. Troubling the Path to Decolonization: Indian Residential School Case Law, Genocide, and Settler Illegitimacy
  2. Leslie Thielen-Wilson
  3. pp. 181-197
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  1. The Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada: Genesis and Design
  2. Rosemary Nagy
  3. pp. 199-217
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  1. Visual Legalities of Race and Reparations
  2. Carmela Murdocca
  3. pp. 219-234
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  1. Unsettling Expectations: (Un)certainty, Settler States of Feeling, Law, and Decolonization
  2. Eva Mackey
  3. pp. 235-252
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  1. Planting Houses in Shenzhen: A Real Estate Market without Legal Titles
  2. Shitong Qiao
  3. pp. 253-272
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  1. Essay: What If? Career Paths Not Taken: Claire L’Heureux-Dubé and Politics
  2. Constance Backhouse
  3. pp. 273-288
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  1. Law, Ideology, and Collegiality. Judicial Behaviour in the Supreme Court of Canada by Donald Songer et al. (review)
  2. Laura Bisaillon
  3. pp. 291-292
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  1. Gustav Radbruch: Juriste de gauche sous la République de Weimar by Nathalie Le Bouëdec (review)
  2. Jean-Philippe Mac Kay
  3. pp. 292-295
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  1. Introduction
  2. Stacy Douglas, Suzanne Lenon
  3. pp. 141-143
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