Episode #83: Dialogue with Asher Honickman
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This episode features Sean Speer in conversation with Canadian lawyer and legal thinker Asher Honickman about the state of judicial thought in Canada including the influence of the so-called "Living Tree" doctrine, Canada's Originalist tradition, and the policy and political consequences of these two judicial approaches.
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