Droit constitutionnel 2 (DRT1502)

This course is the continuation of “Droit constitutionnel 1 (DRT1501)”. After a brief overview of the procedural issues that arise in the constitutional context, the course explores in greater detail the two main themes in Canadian constitutional law: federalism and civil liberties. The study of these themes is conducted mainly through the reading and discussion of Supreme Court of Canada case law. At the end of the course, students should be able to demonstrate an advance comprehension of the general legal framework within which questions of divisions of legislative powers are analyzed and their relationship to the principles studied in “Droit constitutionnel 1 (DRT1501)”.

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