1. Protection of Communities and Exploited Persons Act: Misogynistic Law Making in Action
  2. Chris Bruckert
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  1. Expert-Tease: Advocacy, Ideology and Experience in Bedford and Bill C-36
  2. Sonia Lawrence
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  1. “Johns” in the Spotlight: Anti-prostitution Efforts and the Surveillance of Clients
  2. Ummni Khan
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  1. Licensed or Licentious?: Examining Regulatory Discussions of Stripping in Ontario
  2. Tuulia Law
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  1. Taking the Bait?: Lessons from a Hate Speech Prosecution
  2. Heli Askola
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  1. Performance Anxieties: Interpellation of the Refugee Subject in Law
  2. Trish Luker
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  1. Does Sperm Have a Flag?: On Biological Relationship and National Membership
  2. Lois Harder
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  1. Who Said Anything About Justice?: Bail Court and the Culture of Adjournment
  2. Nicole Marie Myers
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  1. Under the Lucky Moose: Belatedness and Citizen’s Arrest in Canada
  2. Anita Lam, Lily Cho
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  1. Sexual Assault in Canada: Law, Legal Practice and Women’s Activism ed. by Elizabeth Sheehy (review)
  2. Lynne Hanson
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  1. To Right Historical Wrongs: Race, Gender, and Sentencing in Canada by Carmela Murdocca (review)
  2. Gillian Balfour
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  1. Solitary Confinement: Social Death and its Afterlives by Lisa Guenther (review)
  2. Debra Parkes
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  1. To Right Historical Wrongs: Race, Gender, and Sentencing in Canada by Carmela Murdocca (review)
  2. Gillian Balfour
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