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    Canada: Foreclosures, Freemen, Foreign Law Schools and the Continuing Search for Meaningful Access to Justice.Amy Salyzyn - 2013 - Legal Ethics 16 (1):223-229.
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    Queer Insights on Women in the Legal Profession.Jena McGill & Amy Salyzyn - 2014 - Legal Ethics 17 (2):231-260.
    In the past decade, members of the legal profession in Canada and other common law jurisdictions, including England and the United States, have directly engaged the question of how to retain women in private practice environments. As a result, the 'retention of women' discourse has emerged as a dominant lens through which issues of gender equity in the legal profession are identified and analysed. The goal of this article is to build upon existing critiques of the 'retention of women' discourse (...)
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    Ethics in Practice-Correspondents' Reports-Canada: The Long, Sometimes Winding, Road of Professional Discipline.Amy Salyzyn - 2012 - Legal Ethics 15 (2):381.
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    Ethics in Practice.Amy Salyzyn, Benjamin P. Cooper, Suzanne Le Mire, Richard Wu, Matthias Kilian & Lisa Webley - 2012 - Legal Ethics 15 (2):381-404.
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    John Rambo V Atticus Finch: Gender, Diversity and the Civility Movement.Amy Salyzyn - 2013 - Legal Ethics 16 (1):97-118.
    The need for increased civility has been a recurring theme in conversations about lawyer professionalism in the United States and Canada over the last several decades. In addition to having many advocates, however, the civility movement has also been subject to criticism. In large part, the critiques made to date have focused on the problems or risks created when civility rules or guidelines are enforced against lawyers. This article takes a different focus to provide a complementary, yet distinct critique. The (...)
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    Professional Responsibility and the Defence of Extractive Corporations in Transnational Human Rights and Environmental Litigation in Canadian Courts.Amy Salyzyn & Penelope Simons - 2021 - Legal Ethics 24 (1):24-48.
    Lawyers defending extractive corporations in transnational human rights and environmental cases tend to reflect the dominant ‘resolute advocacy’ model of litigation, which directs lawyers to aggres...
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  7. The Long, Sometimes Winding, Road of Professional Discipline: Correspondent's Report From Canada.Amy Salyzyn - 2012 - Legal Ethics 15 (2):381.
     
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