University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 1 /2011

University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 61, Number 1, 2011

Empire And International Law: The Real Spanish Contribution
Martti Koskenniemi

Distinctions Of Power And The Power Of Distinctions: A Response To Professor Koskenniemi
Arthur Ripstein

FOCUS: THE AIR INDIA REPORT AND THE REGULATION OF CHARITIES AND TERRORISM FINANCING

In June 2010, the Air India Commission released its long-awaited report on the investigation of the 1985 bombing and efforts taken in Canada since that time to prevent similar terrorist attacks.  In this focus feature, experts address major issues of terrorism financing and the regulation of charities in light of the Commission’s report and other recent developments.

The Air India Report And The Regulation Of Charities And Terrorism Financing
Kent Roach

Combating Terrorist Financing: Is Canada’s Legal Regime Effective?
Anita I. Anand

Charities And Terrorist Financing
David G. Duff

Choices And Approaches: Anti-Terrorism Law And Civil Society In The United States And The United Kingdom After September 11
Mark Sidel

REVIEW ARTICLES

A Hegelian Criminal Law
Stephen P. Garvey

Ending Impunity: Critical Reflections On The Prosecution Of Heads Of State
Renu Mandhane

Book Review

The Transformation of the Supreme Court of Canada: An Empirical Examination( DONALD R SONGER )
Benjamin Alarie

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