Books and Articles

Constitutional Law of Canada, 9th Ed.
(vol. I – Federalism and Aboriginal Peoples) was released September 2007. A sample chapter is available on this website.

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  Professor Magnet is the author of eighteen books.

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Research Resources

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Constitutional Law

Find general information on Canadian constitutional law and specific information on courses taught by Professor Joseph E. Magnet at the University of Ottawa.

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Professor Joseph E. Magnet

This website was conceived by Professor Joseph E. Magnet, a professor of law at the University of Ottawa.

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Australia

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Australasian Legal Information Institute

www.austlii.edu.au

This site provides free access to legislation and case law from Australia and New Zealand.

Australian Commonwealth Government

australia.gov.au

Australian government portal – provides information about the government, links to state, territory and local government sites and to the Gazettes published by the Australian government.

Australian Constitution

www.aph.gov.au/constitution

This site provides the full text of the Australian constitution.

Australian Constitutional Law Links (WorldLII)

www.worldlii.org/catalog/77.html

This site provides links to Australian and Australian State/Territory constitutions, referenda on constitutional change and constitutional history.

Constitutional Convention (Election) Act 1997

www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/C2004A05221

This site contains the text of An Act to provide for the election of delegates to the Constitutional Convention, and for related purposes, which was repealed in September 1999.

High Court of Australia

www.hcourt.gov.au

This site contains a database of High Court of Australia judgments and other information about the Court.

The Australian Constitution

www.peo.gov.au/students/cl/constitution.html

This Parliamentary Education Office website contains information about the history of the Australian Constitution, its key features, amendment procedure, relationship with the High Court and the Constitutional Crisis of 1975.