In Defence of Two-Step Balancing and Proportionality in Rights Adjudication

Panaccio, Charles-Maxime
January 2011
Canadian Journal of Law & Jurisprudence;Jan2011, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p109
Academic Journal
The article focuses on defending two-step proportionality/balancing (TSPB) that has been becoming the standard method for human rights adjudication in Canada and which are opposed for its two-step fragmentation of the reasoning and its use of proportionality-balancing. It discusses TSPB as a formal-legal method of practical reasoning.


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