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Beverley McLachlin
The Legacy of a Supreme Court Chief Justice

By (author) Ian GreeneBy (author) Peter McCormick


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A balanced, informed perspective on McLachlin?s contributions to Canadian life.


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IAN GREENE is a University Professor Emeritus at York University, where he has taught public policy and administration since 1985. He was the founding director of York's Masters program in Public Policy, Administration and Law. Greene's most recent book is Honest Politics Now (with David P. Shugarman). He is also the author of The Charter of Rights and Freedoms. He lives in Toronto, Ontario.

PETER McCORMICK has taught at Lakehead University, the University of British Columbia, and the University of Lethbridge. He retired in 2015. He is the author of Supreme at Last. He lives in Lethbridge, Alberta.


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An insightful and engaging look at a Supreme Court judge who helped change Canada. Anyone interested in the life and judicial career of Beverly McLachlin should start here.


Unpublished endorsement

Greene and McCormick's masterful biography brims with insight into McLachlin?s unparalleled career as a jurist and leader of the Supreme Court of Canada.


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Ian Green and Peter McCormick have given us a first in writing about the Supreme Court of Canada: an inquiry into the difference a chief justice can make in the way the court functions and serves the country.


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