Below is a listing of what you will find in the current issue of the Saskatchewan Law Review, Volume 79(2), 2016:


Language Rights in Saskatchewan
Thomson Irvine, Q.C.

The Codification of Commercial Law
Roderick J. Wood 

Tracking Secularism: Freedom of Religion, Education, and the Trinity Western University Law School Dispute
Mark A. Witten

407 ETR, Moloney and the Contested Meaning of Rehabilitation in Canada's Personal Bankruptcy System
Anna Lund

Highlights from the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal, 2015 
Sarah Burningham & Benjamin Ralston 

Book Notes

Civil Justice, Privatization and Democracy by Trevor C.W. Farrow
Michael Crampton

An Act of Genocide: Colonialism and the Sterilization of Aboriginal Women by Karen Stote
Morgan Grant

The Disappearance of Criminal Law: Police Powers and the Supreme Court by Richard Jochelson & Kristen Kramar
Cara Hill

Red, White, and Kind of Blue?: The Conservatives and the Americanization of Canadian Constitutional Culture by David Schneiderman
Katelyn Jones

Cleaner, Greener, Healthier: A Prescription for Stronger Canadian Environmental Laws and Policies by David R. Boyd
Julia Kindrachuck

Magna Carta and Its Gifts to Canada: Democracy, Law, and Human Rights by Carolyn Harris
Steven Larocque

Solicitor-Client Privilege by Adam M. Dodek
Jonathan Milani

What’s Happened to Politics? by Bob Rae
Lauren Scharfstein

Employment Equity in Canada: The Legacy of the Abella Report edited by Carol Agócs
Jocelyn Sirois

Dams of Contention: The Rafferty-Alameda Story and the Birth of Canadian Environmental Law by Bill Redekop
Patrick Thomson