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LAHEY, WILLIAM. “Confederation, Adjudicative Culture, and the Law of the Constitution: The Late Nineteenth-Century Persistence of Local Autonomy in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court.” The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, 1754-2004: From Imperial Bastion to Provincial Oracle, edited by PHILIP GIRARD et al., University of Toronto Press, Toronto; Buffalo; London, 2004, pp. 392–448, www.jstor.org/stable/10.3138/j.ctt130jwq0.20. Accessed 7 Aug. 2020.
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LAHEY, W. (2004). Confederation, Adjudicative Culture, and the Law of the Constitution: The Late Nineteenth-Century Persistence of Local Autonomy in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court. In GIRARD P., PHILLIPS J., & CAHILL B. (Eds.), The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, 1754-2004: From Imperial Bastion to Provincial Oracle (pp. 392-448). Toronto; Buffalo; London: University of Toronto Press. Retrieved August 7, 2020, from www.jstor.org/stable/10.3138/j.ctt130jwq0.20
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LAHEY, WILLIAM. "Confederation, Adjudicative Culture, and the Law of the Constitution: The Late Nineteenth-Century Persistence of Local Autonomy in the Nova Scotia Supreme Court." In The Supreme Court of Nova Scotia, 1754-2004: From Imperial Bastion to Provincial Oracle, edited by GIRARD PHILIP, PHILLIPS JIM, and CAHILL BARRY, 392-448. Toronto; Buffalo; London: University of Toronto Press, 2004. Accessed August 7, 2020. www.jstor.org/stable/10.3138/j.ctt130jwq0.20.

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