Thursday, February 25, 2016

The latest edition of the University of Toronto Law Journal is a special symposium issue on the theme of "Public Law for the Twenty-First Century," edited by Prof. David Dyzenhaus.

The issue includes an article by Prof. Kent Roach, "Polycentricity and queue jumping in public law remedies: A two-track response," as well as contributions by leading international scholars Tom Hickman, Mark D Walters, and Aileen Kavanagh. The idea for the symposium was conceived at a Public Law conference in Cambridge, UK, in 2014.

In his introduction, Prof. Dyzenhaus says of the contributions, "all are in search of a richer, more procedural conception of the rule of law that has implications for ‘public law’ in general and not for just one of its branches, constitutional law or administrative law."

See the issue on the University of Toronto Press website. (Access to the texts will vary depending on institutional subscriptions).