CONFÉRENCE DE DROIT PUBLIC

FACULTÉ DE DROIT | UNIVERSITÉ D’OTTAWA | 17 au 19 JUIN 2020

  • Patricia Balenas (Queen’s), “The Conscientious Refusal: Exercising or Disguising One’s Right to Conscientious Freedom”
  • Edward Béchard-Torres (McGill), “Remedies and Institutional Support in Socio-Economic Rights Litigation”
  • Pierre Cloutier de Repentigny (Ottawa), “’A Public Purpose of Superordinate Importance’: Moulding Judicial Review to Ensure the Faithful Execution of Environmental Laws”
  • Hasan Dindjer (Oxford), “The Duty of Deliberative Reasonableness”
  • Aishani Gupta (Toronto), “Taking Dignity Seriously: The Protection of Manual Scavengers in India”
  • Caroline Kelly (Melbourne), “Public Law Principles and Private Employer Power: The Marginality of Administrative Law Concerns in Labour Law Theory”
  • Karine Millaire (Ottawa), “Waiver of Constitutional Rights and Section 1 of the Canadian Charter”
  • Faustin Muyembe (Laval), « La notion de droit à l’eau des personnes vulnérables au sens de la Charte africaine »
  • Akin Olawale Oluwadayis (Adekunle Ajasin), “Powers, Duties and Limitations on Election Petition Tribunals in Nigeria: A Socio-Legal Analysis”
  • Stéphanie Pepin (McGill), "L’évaluation de la conformité des projets de loi à la Charte canadienne: aller au-delà de l’interprétation des tribunaux"
  • Benjamin Perryman (Yale), “Measuring Contested Dignity: Tent Cities and the Right to Housing in Canada”
  • Oren Tamir (Harvard), “Understanding Primitive Law”
  • Alice Taylor (Bond), “Courts, Values and Statutory Human Rights”