The Constitutional Law Process
The basic framework of the Canadian constitutional system. Illustrates that the constitution is the skeletal framework within which the legal system functions. The function of a constitution, the main characteristics of constitutions and Constitutional Law, entrenchment, amendment, the nature and structure of the BNA Act, the division of powers, concurrency in a federal state, the sources of Canadian Constitutional Law, executive power, legislative authority, delegation, the role of the judiciary, civil liberties, developing issues in Constitutional Law.
Note: Full year course: 75 hours.
Undergraduate course in Law offered by the Faculty of Law.