Recent Table of Contents – June 2017

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit – Volume 29 no. 1 (2017)
Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal – Volume 36 no. 3 (May 2017)
Journal of Environmental Law and Practice – Volume 30 no. 2 (May 2017)
Journal of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers – Volume 2017
McGill  Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy/Revue de droit et politique du développement durable de McGill - Volume13 no.1(2017)
McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill – Volume 62 no. 2 (December 2016)
Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa – Volume 46 no. 2 (2014-2015)
Queen’s Law Journal – Volume 42 no. 2 (Spring 2017)
Saskatchewan Law Review – Volume 80 no. 1 (2017)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 78 (2017)

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit
Volume 29 no. 1 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • The-Law-Love-Life Balancing Act of Viola Vivian DeBeck McCrossan
    • Ann Gourley, Joan Brockman, and Dorothy E. Chunn, 1-
  • Why Doesn’t She Just Report It? Apprehensions and Contradictions for Women Who Report Sexual Violence to the Police
    • Holly Johnson, 36-
  • Battered Women under Duress : The Supreme Court of Canada’s Abandonment of Context and Purpose in R. v. Ryan
    • Jason MacLean, Nadia Verrelli, and Lori Chambers, 60-
  • La traite des femmes dans le contexte des grands évènements sportifs : quel plan de match?
    • Kristine Plouffe-Malette et Léa Lemay Langlois, 83-
  • From the Invisible Hand to the Invisible Woman : A Gender Perspective on the Tax Policy Discourse on Social Tax Expenditures
    • Annick Provencher, 110-
  • Challenging Colonial Norms and Attending to Presencing in Stories of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women
    • Josephine L. Savarese, 157-
  • “Bringing Canadian Women on Board” : A Behavioural Economics Perspective on Whether Public Reporting of Gender Diversity Will Alter the Male-Dominated Composition of Canadian Public Company Boards and Senior Management
    • Kim Willey, 182-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Authorities : Conflicts, Cooperation, and Transnational Legal Theory (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2013) Nicole Roughan
    • Patricia Cochran, 211-

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 36 no. 3 (May 2017)

FROM THE LEGISLATURE

  • Five Years Later : Ambiguities and Oddities in Alberta’s Wills and Succession Act
    • Stephen Archibald and Mitchell McInnes, 201-
  • A Case for Uniformly Abolishing the Rule Against Perpetuities in Canadian Trust Law
    • Peter Roy Cotton-O’Brien, 230-

ARTICLES

  • The Evolution of the Law with Respect to Beneficiaries’ Rights to Information : Where are We Now, and What are the Practical Implications?
    • Sarah Dykema, 250-
  • October 3, 2016 Changes to the Principal Residence Deduction
    • David G. Thompson, 264-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Passing Wealth on Death : Will Substitutes in Comparative Perspective (Oxford, U.K. : Hart Publishing, 2016) Edited by Alexandra Braun and Anne Röthel
    • Margaret R. O’Sullivan, 299-
  • Macdonell, Sheard and Hull on Probate Practice.  5th ed. (Toronto : Thomson Reuters Canada, 2016) Ian M. Hull and Suzana Popovic-Montag
    • Howard S. Simmons, 304-
  • Empty Promises : Why Workplace Pension Law Doesn’t Deliver Pensions (Montreal, Quebec ; Kingston, Ontario : McGill-Queen’s Press, 2016) Elizabeth J. Shilton
    • Simon Archer, 308-

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice
Volume 30 no. 2 (May 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Protection of Biodiversity and Associated Traditional Knowledge (TK) in Canada : Ensuring Community Control in Access and Benefit-sharing (ABS)
    • Tesh W. Dagne, 97-
  • La gouvernance de l’eau au Canada : Un regard juridique et épistémologique sur l’éminente complexité de sa mise oeuvre
    • Alexandre Lillo, 123-
  • The Duty to Consult the Inuit in Canada’s Black Carbon Policy Inaction
    • Flora da Silva Côrtes Stevenson, 139-
  • Just Transitions Law : Putting Labour Law to Work on Climate Change
    • David J. Doorey, 201-

Journal of the Canadian College of Construction Lawyers
Volume 2017

ARTICLES

  • Contractual Indemnities in Construction Contracts : A Contractor’s Perspective
    • Andrew Wallace and Victoria Merritt, 1-
  • The Intersection between Construction Law and First Nations Consultation
    • Matthew T. Hayes, 53-
  • Impact Cost Claims Related to Delays and to Acceleration of Work Under Quebec Construction Law
    • Simon Grégoire, 73-
  • Show Me the Money : Early Release of Holdbacks in Canada
    • Alexander MacDonald and Lindsey Wareham, 103-
  • Liquidated Damages : Canadian Adoption, Divergence and the Necessity for Restatement
    • Jeff St. Aubin and Rocco Sebastiano, 139-
  • Fiduciary Duties in Construction Projects : Much Higher Than Good Faith
    • David W. Little, 171-
  • Zen and the Art of Geotechnical Risk Allocation
    • Doug Sanders and Chris Eagles, 207-
  • Modernizing Construction Trusts : An Analytical Review of the Efficacy of Statutory Deemed Construction Trusts
    • Andrew Salvador, 215-

McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law and Policy/Revue de droit et politique du développement durable de McGill 
Volume13 no.1(2017)

ARTICLES

  • Crown Policies on the Duty to Consult and Accommodate : Towards Reconciliation?
    • Rachel Ariss, Clara MacCallum Fraser & Diba Nazneen Somani, 1-
  • The Evolution of Canadian Water Law and Policy : Securing Safe and Sustainable Abundance
    • Jamie Benidickson, 59-
  • L’influence des pays émergents dans la construction d’une gouvernance internationale du développement durable : illustration chinoise et brésilienne
    • Nora Aït-Aïssi Paillon, 109-

CASE COMMENT

  • Washington v. Brockway : One Small Step Closer to Climate Necessity
    • Lance N. Long & Ted Hamilton, 151-

FEATURE

  • Brief on Sustainable Development Goal 13 on Taking Action on Climate Change and Its Impacts : Contributions of International Law, Policy and Governance
    • Katherine Lofts, Sharowat Shamin, Sharaban Tahura Zaman & Robert Kibugi, 183-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill
Volume 62 no. 2 (December 2016)

ARTICLES

  • The Complainant : The Canadian Human Rights Case on First Nations Child Welfare
    • Cindy Blackstock, 285-
  • Les catégories juridiques et la qualification : une approche cognitive
    • Michelle Cumyn et Frédéric Gosselin, 329-
  • Contracting Out of Access to Justice : Enforcement of Forum-Selection Clauses in Consumer Contracts
    • Marina Pavlović, 389-
  • Le rôle des normes comptables dans la responsabilité civile des auditeurs de sociétés
    • Rémy Bucheler, 441-
  • Requiem pour un cadavre
    • Mariève Lacroix et Jérémie Torres-Ceyte, 487-
  • Struggling Towards Coherence in Canadian Administrative Law? Recent Cases on Standard of Review and Reasonableness
    • Paul Daly, 527-

SPEECH

  • Le droit est-il une arme?
    • Laurence Bich-Carrière, 567-

CASE COMMENT

  • The Boundaries of Corporate Law and Trust Law : An Analysis of Locking v. McCowan
    • Anita Anand and Edward Iacobucci, 577-

Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa
Volume 46 no. 2 (2014-2015)

ARTICLES

  • Les cyberattaques étatiques constituent-elles des actes d’agression en vertu du droit international public? : Deuxième partie
    • Evelyne Akoto, 199-
  • From Integrity Agency to Accountability Network : The Political Economy of Public Sector Oversight in Canada
    • Jamie Baxter, 231-
  • Justifying True Questions of Jurisdiction
    • Thomas Lipton, 275-
  • La protection contre l’auto-incrimination testimoniale au Canada et le droit québécois : Quoi protège qui?
    • Kiel Walker, 315-

INTERVIEW

  • Un entretien avec professeure Nicole LaViolette
    • Marie-Pier Albert, Régina Bah, Anna Logie and Amber Meiners, 351-
  • An Interview with the Honourable Madam Justice Louise Arbour
    • Andrea Kareclas, Jason Wang, Julio Paoletti and Morgan Teeple Hopkins, 383-

SPEECH

  • Allocution du juge Clément Gascon : Réception de bienvenue / Speech of Justice Gascon : Welcoming Reception, 417-

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 42 no. 2 (Spring 2017)

ARTICLES

  • An Unfair and Costly Burden : Assessing the Impact of Section 794(2) of the Criminal Code on the Criminal Justice System
    • Peter Sankoff, Sarah Denholm & Brandyn Rodgerson, 1-
  • Grounding Equality in Social Relations : Suspect Classification, Analagous Grounds and Relational Theory
    • Jessica Eisen, 41-
  • (Re-)Constitutionalizing Duress and Necessity
    • Colton Fehr, 99-

CASE COMMENT

  • Assessing Damages for the Public Disclosure of Private Facts : The Case of Jane Doe 464533 v ND
    • Evan Rankin, 135-

REVIEW

  • Lawfare : Law as a Weapon of War (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016) Orde F. Kittrie
    • Matthew Welch, 147-

Saskatchewan Law Review
Volume 80 no. 1 (2017)

COMMERCIAL LAW CONFERENCE HONOURING DISTINGUISHED PROFESSOR RONALD C.C. CUMING

  • A Celebration of Professor Cuming’s 50th Anniversary at the College of Law
    • Donald H. Layh, 1-
  • Deposit Account Set-off under the PPSA
    • Clayton Bangsund, 11-
  • Rediscovering the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Power : Political and Constitutional Challenges to the Canadian Bankruptcy Act, 1919-1929
    • Thomas G.W. Telfer, 37-
  • The Reform of Judgment Enforcement Law in Canada : An Overview and Comparison of Models for Reform
    • Tamara M. Buckwold, 71-
  • Real Property Security Interests on First Nations Reserved Lands
    • Scott Hitchings, 125-
  • Lousy Dentists, Bad Drivers, and Abandoned Oil Wells : A New Approach to Reconciling Provincial Regulatory Regimes with Federal Insolvency Law
    • Anna J. Lund, 157-
  • The Case for Modernization of Saskatchewan Real Property Security Law
    • Ronald C.C. Cuming, 189-
  • The Death and Resurrection of the Lowest Intermediate Balance Rule
    • Anthony Duggan, 209-
  • Receiverships in Canada : Myth and Reality
    • Roderick J. Wood, 231-

ARTICLES

  • Frustrating the Purpose of the Receivership Remedy : Federal Paramountcy in Saskatchewan (Attorney Genera) v. Lemare Lake Logging Ltd.
    • Jonathan Milani, 253-
  • Examining the Exam : Use of the LSAT in Canadian Law School Admissions Procedures
    • Noah S. Wernikowski, 289-

BOOK NOTES

  • Overview of Saskatchewan Real Property Law (Regina : Office of the Queen’s Printer, 2016) Ronald C.C. Cuming
    • Patrick A. Thomson, 311-
  • In Search of the Ethical Lawyer : Stories from the Canadian Legal Profession (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2016) Edited by Adam Dodek & Alice Woolley
    • Jayme Anton, 313-
  • Public Interest, Private Property : Law and Planning Policy in Canada (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2016) Edited by Anneke Smit & Marcia Valiante
    • Matthew Barnes, 316-
  • Administrative Law and Judicial Deference (Oxford : Hart Publishing, 2016) Matthew Lewans
    • Aaron Fritzler, 318-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 78 (2017)

THE COURT AND THE CONSTITUTION : A 150-YEAR RETROSPECTIVE

Part I The Structure of Federalism

  • The Supreme Court and Parliament : Evolving Roles and Relationships
    • Lorne Neudorf, 3-
  • The Supreme Court and the Conventions of the Constitution
    • Léonid Sirota, 31-
  • From Subservient Officers of the Crown to Independent Servants of the People : The Supreme Court of Canada’s Perceptions of Itself
    • Adam M. Dodek, 49-
  • The Court and Administrative Law : Models of Rights Protection
    • Paul Daly, 99-
  • L’allégorie d’une Cour suprême complice de trudeauisme : Relecture des prismes de l’arrêt Ford
    • Frédéric Bérard, 123-
  • Speakers, Witnesses and Blanketing : The Need to Look Beyond the Courts to Achieve Reconciliation
    • Sarah Morales, 139-
  • Aboriginal title in the Supreme Court of Canada
    • Cherie Metcalf, 161-

Part II The Charter Rights

  • “A Principle of Vital Importance” : the Supreme Court’s Approach to Purposeful Limits on Expression in Section 2(b)
    • Peter J. Carver, 191-
  • The Court and Freedom of Religion
    • Howard Kislowicz, 221-
  • Of Promise and Peril : The Court and Equality Rights
    • Jena McGill and Daphne Gilbert, 235-
  • Fundamental Justice
    • Mark Carter, 259-
  • Language Rights and the Political Compromise Doctrine
    • Matthew P. Harrington, 275-

Part III Private Law

  • The Supreme Court of Canada and the Law of Torts
    • Lewis Klar, 307-
  • Property Law and the Supreme Court : Of Gardens and Fields
    • Bruce Ziff, 357-
  • The Supreme Court on the Relationship Between the General Law and Collective Labour Relations Regimes : 1875-2016
    • Finn Makela, 379-