JURI-2316EL – Environmental Law

Analyzes Canadian environmental law through a study of federal and provincial statutes, and jurisprudence. Topics include: federal and provincial jurisdiction; the implications of the Charter; the interaction of federal and provincial statutes; the economic and political factors affecting the decision to prosecute for environmental infractions; and the adequacy of the current legal protection of the environment as reflected in cases applying environmental statutes. PREREQ: JURI 1105. Students may not retain credit for both JURI 4306 & 2316. (lec 3) cr 3




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