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By drawing upon natural law legal theories, the paper proposes a legal definition of parody that would help to bring the copyright jurisprudence of a jurisdiction more in line with its free speech tradition. It argues that a broad parody definition, one that encompasses a great variety of expressive works but would not compete with the original and its derivatives in the market, is preferable to a narrow one. The paper then explains why the parody defence in American law and the parody exception in the Canadian copyright statute should follow the proposed parody definition, which would properly balance the rights of copyright owners with those of users.

This article examines the role of social science in feminist intervener advocacy, focusing on the case ofIshaq v Canada Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. InIshaq, a Muslim woman challenged a Canadian government policy requiring her to remove her niqab while reciting the citizenship oath.

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The Federal Court of Appeal dismissed several motions for intervention by feminist and other equality-seeking organizations, emphasizing their improper reliance on unproven social facts and social science research. I argue that this decision departs from the generous approach to public interest interventions sanctioned by the federal and other Canadian courts.

Comment travaillent-ils? This study seeks to identify their contribution to access to civil justice in China.


A comparative approach is used. Legal reforms in China will therefore be addressed first, with an emphasis on the measures taken by judicial authorities to favour access to civil justice. The second part of this study will address paralegals in general, followed by an analysis of the role of barefoot lawyers in China.

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When did they emerge? How do they work? What challenges and constraints do they face? Law societies in Canada have long been granted the privilege of self-regulation by the state — a privilege that comes with a statutory duty to govern in the public interest. There exists an access to justice crisis in this country. More must be done to address unmet legal needs. There is nothing new in this, but law societies across Canada are reluctant to implement at least one ready solution.

Ontario introduced paralegal regulation over ten years ago with the promise that it would increase access to justice. Evidence suggests that it has done so. Yet no other Canadian jurisdiction is prepared to regulate paralegals as independent providers of legal services. This paper argues that to alleviate the access to justice crisis, it is time to regulate paralegals.

Il semble que ce soit effectivement le cas. Little literature exists applying behavioural economics [BE] concepts to explain gender gaps. My contribution exploits this interest, builds on the excellent existing scholarship analyzing gender gap concepts from a BE perspective, and fills this gap. I argue that normative best practice adoption by business and nudges and tax incentives from governments, ideally in combination, can spur businesses to adopt debiasing behaviours and practices that will contribute to closing the gender gap in advancement.

This article argues that our current understanding of the relationship between access to housing and liberty or freedom is limited. It contends that judicial decisions and existing legal theory are predominantly concerned with the connection between housing and the two conceptions of liberty famously advanced by Isaiah Berlin: positive liberty and negative liberty. The notion of positive freedom conceptualizes freedom as self-mastery, whereas negative liberty portrays freedom as non-interference.

The central premise of this article is that the republican theory of freedom or republicanism provides new insight into the importance of access to housing in protecting liberty, most notably in contexts where the state regulates public property, such as in Canada and the United States. This article argues that we develop a more well-rounded grasp of the value of access to housing by understanding its role in protecting individuals against domination.

This article concludes by setting out the four concrete ways that housing reduces domination and safeguards individual freedom in contexts where the state regulates public property. By combining the respective insights of positive liberty, negative liberty, and republican liberty, this article ultimately provides a more robust understanding of the importance of housing in protecting freedom.

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This article analyzes the first three years of the operation of Rule 2. The author explores the history of and rationale for the Rule, in the context of the access to justice crisis in Ontario, and in light of the perceived inadequacy of alternative mechanisms for addressing the dangers raised by vexatious litigants. Putnam; Griffin, Sharon Dunwoody and Z. Janet Yang; Cameron; Wayne Fu; Liu and Ke Deng; Du kanske gillar. The World Lonely Planet Inbunden.

Communication Yearbook 36 av Charles T Salmon. Spara som favorit. My father was a school administrator and when I started college the last thing I thought I wanted to be was a teacher. Then my second semester of college, I met this amazing professor who got me loving literature. It might be kind of cool to teach high school kids about literature and writing and stuff like that. I got into teaching because I loved literature and I have stayed in teaching because I love high school-aged kids.

It totally has been this connection to kids. We are bright, talented, creative students working as a team to create something beautiful through words, photos and contemporary design that will last a lifetime. Advisers and students and all sorts of things, that have enriched me as a professional as well. The number one lesson of the process of leadership is that you have to train everybody to communicate. So the need and the importance of constant communication. But when communication is flowing, we can have much more success.

And another one is just the power of students to master software and hardware and to create things that are amazing. And I think adults quite frequently sell high school kids short. But, on the same token, you have to create an atmosphere where kids feel valued, and they have the room to fail, and the freedom to try new things. And frankly, as time goes on, it gets harder to recruit those kind of kids that are up for that kind of challenge.

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I think there are more options for kids now. Yearbook was state-of-the art, and it was sexy to have computers that nobody else had. And now more of that is common place. Kids have more access to technology, they have more access to jobs, they have more access to things — good things — that are happening around school. I have a student, he was on the staff in but his main year was He got it for his work with immunology, because he was involved with the SARS virus.

I just hear over and over again that kids take the skill, the leadership skills, the graphic arts skills, the writing skills. And they use them in whatever field they go into. We know how much this is set up, and why we did it this way. We are fanatical about details.

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Nobody follows directions. And you have to be the person that finds those people and you have to be the person that nurtures that. Hook yourself up with the journalism community that can support you.

I literally have hundreds of great adviser friends that I can turn to and that I share with. Because I would like them to find the joy in being a yearbook adviser that I have. And my greatest fear is that yearbooks are only going to be meaningful in schools where the parents are affluent and they have a yearbook in their past.