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Students who wish to make in-person appointments should consult the scheduling service at  Follow the instructions.  Please note, until these steps are completed, the appointment is not logged into the calendar.  Phone conversations are also a possibility if these times are not convenient.

By Craig Forcese

Full Professor
Faculty of Law

Email: cforcese[at]

Twitter: @cforcese


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Public Law and Legislation (2015-2016)

This course constituted an introduction to legislation and public law, focusing on the structure of the Canadian legal system, including: sources of law, the federal legislative process and statutory interpretation; the legal system's constitutional basis; the organization of courts and tribunals in Canada and appeal processes; and the role of the courts in overseeing legislative and administrative action. 

It has now been superseded by Introduction of Constitutional and Public Law. However, the full final syllabus remains hosted at H20 and is accessible here.

"Flipped" course.