Recent Table of Contents – November 2017

The Advocate’s Quarterly – Volume 47 no. 3 (October 2017)
Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal – Volume 22 no. 3 (September 2017)
Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique – Volume 30 no. 3 (October 2017)
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale – Volume 59 no. 4 (2017)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 50 no. 4 (November 2017)
Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue canadienne droit et société – Volume 32 no. 2 (2017)
Relations industrielles/Industrial relations – Volume 72 no. 3 (Summer 2017)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 80 (2017)
University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 67 no. 4 (Fall 2017)

The Advocate’s Quarterly
Volume 47 no. 3 (October 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Negligent By-Law Enforcement: Let’s Uber Anns Right Out of Town
    • Bruce Feldthusen, 255-
  • Nonverbal Communication in Courtrooms : Scientific Assessments or Modern Trials by Ordeal?
    • Vincent Denault and Norah Dunbar, 280-
  • Coming Off the Bench : Self-Represented Litigants, Judges and the Adversarial Process
    • Jennifer Leitch, 309-
  • Allocating Risk and Preparing for a Data Breach
    • Shan Alavi, 344-
  • The Effect in Ontario of the New York Convention on the Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards
    • William G. Horton, 358-
  • Proceedings Against the Federal Crown
    • Helene Robertson, 372-

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal
Volume 22 no. 3 (September 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Dignifying the Dadson Principle : Towards a New Approach
    • Khalid Ghanayim and Mohammed Saif-Alden Wattad, 239-
  • Sentencing Guidelines for Canada : A Re-Evaluation
    • Samuel Mosonyi, 275-
  • Assessing Truthfulness on the Witness Stand : Eradicating Deeply Rooted Pseudoscientific Beliefs about Credibility Assessment by Triers of Fact
    • Brent Snook, Meagan I. McCardle, Weyam Fahmy and John C. House, 297-
  • Objective Mens Rea Revisited
    • Terry Skolnik, 307-

Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique
Volume 30 no. 3 (October 2017)

SPEECH

  • What I Think I’ve Learned About Administrative Law
    • Thomas A. Crowell, 307-

ARTICLES

  • How Has Dunsmuir Worked? A Legal-Empirical Analysis of Substantive Review of Administrative Decisions after Dunsmuir v. New Brunswick : Findings from the Courts of Nova Scotia, Quebec, Ontario and Alberta
    • William Lahey, Diana Ginn, David Constantine and Nicholas Hooper, 317-
  • Mediation-Arbitration in Ontario : Labour Relations, Human Rights, and Beyond?
    • Michelle Flaherty and Leslie Reaume, 351-

CASE COMMENTS

  • Damages for Unconstitutional Administrative Action? A Comment on Ernst v. Alberta Energy Regulator
    • Matthew Lewans, 379-
  • Deference to Administrative Tribunal Interpretation of their Home Statute : An Obvious Observation
    • Donald J. Jordan, 389-

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale
Volume 59 no. 4 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • The Relative Utilization of Criminal Sanctions in Canada : Toward a Comprehensive Description of Sentencing Outcomes
    • Andrew A. Reid, 429-
  • “Everybody Loves a Redemption Story around Election Time” : Rob Ford and Media Construction of Substance Misuse and Recovery
    • Liam Kennedy and Jenna Valleriani, 461-
  • Une analyse des qualités psychométriques du Level of Service/Case Management Inventory (LS/CMI) à partir de la théorie des réponses aux items
    • Guy Giguère et Patrick Lussier, 498-
  • Resisting the Right : Countering Right-Wing Extremism in Canada
    • Ryan Scrivens and Barbara Perry, 534-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • Take-Home Naloxone Kit Distribution : A Pilot Project Involving People Who Use Drugs and Who Are Newly Released from a Correctional Facility
    • Em M. Pijl, Stacey Bourque, Madison Martens, and Ashley Cherniwchan, 559-

COMMENTARY

  • From Defect to Dangerous : Has the Door Opened for Recognition of an Addiction-Based Defence in Canadian Criminal Law?
    • Michelle S. Lawrence, 572-

BOOK REVIEW

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 50 no. 4 (November 2017)

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

  • Do patents work? Thickets, trolls and antibiotic resistance
    • Nancy Gallini, 893-

INNIS LECTURE

  • Canada’s dependence on natural capital wealth : Was Innis wrong?
    • Nancy Olewiler, 927-

ARTICLES

  • Multinationals’ profit response to tax differentials : Effect size and shifting channels
    • Jost H. Heckemeyer and Michael Overesch, 965-
  • Intellectual property rights and diaspora knowledge networks : Can patent protection generate brain gain from skilled migration?
    • Alireza Naghavi and Chiara Strozzi, 995-
  • The empirical effects of competition on third-degree price discrimination in the presence of arbitrage
    • Andre Boik, 1023-
  • Eco-labelling by a for-profit certifier : Countervailing power and its consequences
    • Ibrahima Barry, Olivier Bonroy and Paolo G. Garella, 1037-
  • Horizontal mergers and product quality
    • Kurt R. Brekke, Luigi Siciliani and Odd Rune Straume, 1063-
  • The effect of technology choice on specialization and welfare in a two-country model
    • Yukiko Sawada, 1104-
  • Multi-product exporters, variable markups and exchange rate fluctuations
    • Mauro Caselli, Arpita Chatterjee and Alan Woodland, 1130-
  • Exporting and labour demand : Micro-level evidence from Germany
    • Andreas Lichter, Andreas Peichl and Sebastian Siegloch, 1161-

Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue canadienne droit et société
Volume 32 no. 2 (2017)
NUMÉRO SPÉCIAL: Droit, vulnérabilités et isolement cellulaire : Qu’avons-nous appris de la mort d’Ashley Smith en détention? / SPECIAL ISSUE: Law, Vulnerability and Segregation : What have we learned from Ashley Smith’s Carceral Death?

  • Guest editors: Rebecca Bromwich and Jennifer M. Kilty

ARTICLES

  • Introduction : Law, Vulnerability and Segregation : What have we learned from Ashley Smith’s Carceral Death?
    • Rebecca Bromwich and Jennifer M. Kilty, 157-
  • Solitary Confinement, Prisoner Litigation, and the Possibility of a Prison Abolitionist Lawyering Ethic
    • Debra Parkes, 165-
  • Sentencing Ashley Smith : How Prison Conditions Relate to the Aims of Punishment
    • Lisa Kerr, 187-
  • It’s Your Job to save Me : The Union of Canadian Correctional Officers and the Death of Ashley Smith
    • Gillian Balfour, 209-
  • Intensifying the Incarceration of the Vulnerable Legal Subject : Correctional Treatment of Ashley Smith as a Source of Legal Norms
    • Elspeth Kaiser-Derrick, 229-
  • Ashley Smith and Incarcerated Young Women : Marginalized at Any Age
    • Carla Cesaroni and Michele Peterson-Badali, 249-
  • Mainstream Media and the F-Word : Documentary Coherence and the Exclusion of a Feminist Narrative in The Fifth Estate Coverage of the Ashley Smith Case
    • Charissa Crépault and Jennifer M. Kilty, 269-
  • Appreciating Ashley : Learning About and From the Life and Death of Ashley Smith through Feminist Pedagogy
    • Joanne Minaker, 291-

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations
Volume 72 no. 3 (Summer 2017)

SYMPOSIUM – Introduction (français/anglais)

  • Les nouvelles frontières de la relation d’emploi
    • MartineD. Amours, Yanick Noiseux, Christian Papinot et Guylaine Vallée, 409-
  • New Frontiers of the Employment Relationship
    • Martine D. Amours, Yanick Noiseux, Christian Papinot and Guylaine Vallée, 421-

ARTICLES

  • Zone grise d’emploi, pouvoir de l’employeur et espace public : une illustration à partir du cas Uber
    • Christian Azaïs, Patrick Dieuaide et Donna Kesselman, 433-
  • From Wellington to Quebec : Attracting Hollywood and Regulating Cultural Workers
    • Maude Choko and Bridget Conor, 457-
  • Entre salariat et indépendance : analyse juridique et économique de la relation franchisé-franchiseur
    • Urwana Coiquaud et Isabelle Martin, 479-
  • La représentation collective au travail en contexte d’externalisation des services publics d’aide à domicile au Québec
    • Louise Boivin, 501-
  • Winning Conditions of Precarious Workers’ Struggles : A Reflection Based on Case Studies from South Korea
    • Byoung-Hoon Lee and Sophia Seung-Yoon Lee, 524-
  • Quand le droit conforte les stratégies syndicales reproduisant les arrangements institutionnels sources de discrimination systémique
    • Carole Yerochewski et Diane Gagné, 551-

OTHER ISSUE

  • Young Workers’ Perceptions of Trade Unions in Portugal
    • Ilona Kovács, Joāo Dias and Maria da Conceiçāo Cerdeira, 574-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Kill it to save it : An Autopsy of Capitalism’s Triumph over Democracy (Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 2017) Corey Dolgon
    • Hedva Sarfati, 596-
  • Dialogue social, relations du travail et syndicalisme : perspectives historiques et internationales (Québec : Presses de l'Université Laval, 2016) sous la direction de Paul-André Lapointe
    • Frédérick Plamondon, 599-
  • Neoliberal Labour Governments and the Union Response : The Politics of the End of Labourism (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire ; New York, NY : Palgrave Macmillan, 2015) Jason Schulman
    • Braham Dabscheck, 601-
  • Black Labour, White Sugar : Caribbean Braceros and their Struggle for Power in the Cuban Sugar Industry (Baton Rouge, LA : LSU Press, 2015) Philip A. Howard
    • Evan C. Rothera, 604-
  • Métiers de la relation.  Nouvelles logiques et nouvelles épreuves du travail (Québec : Presses de l’Université Laval, 2016) Dirigé par Marie-Chantal Doucet et Simon Viviers
    • Johanne Dompierre, 606-
  • Health and Safety in Canadian Workplaces (Edmonton, Alberta : Athabasca University Press, 2017) Jason Foster and Bob Barnetson
    • Michel Pérusse, 609-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 80 (2017)

PART I THE JUDGE, THE PROFESSOR AND THE MAN

  • Introduction: Justice Thomas Cromwell : A Man for All Seasons
    • Louis LeBel, 3-
  • Believing the Best of Others : The Jurisprudence of Justice Thomas Cromwell
    • Steve Coughlan, 11-
  • The “Atlantic Seat” on the Supreme Court of Canada : An Endangered Species?
    • Philip Girard, 31-

PART II CIVIL PROCEDURE AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE

  • Engaging with the Cromwell Committee on Access to Justice : “Beyond Wise Words” – Towards a Less Adversarial Approach to Family Justice
    • Mary-Jo Maur and Nicholas Bala, 63-
  • From Reasons to Roadshows : The Contributions of the Honourable Thomas A. Cromwell to Access to Justice
    • Elizabeth T.W. France, Pam Hrick and Daphné Wermenlinger, 105-
  • “They Want In” : Sex Workers and Legitimacy Debates in the Law of Public Interest Standing
    • Lisa Kerr and Elin Sigurdson, 145-

PART III PRIVATE LAW

  • Justice Cromwell and the Law of Restitution
    • John D. McCamus, 179-
  • Justice Cromwell and Unjust Enrichment : A Sad Farewell
    • Mitchell McInnes, 217-
  • Defining the Scope of Fiduciary Liability
    • Paul B. Miller, 237-
  • Justice Cromwell and Fiduciary Duties : Placing Law into Context
    • Leonard I. Rotman, 263-
  • Unfairness and Good Faith in Contract Law : A New Approach
    • Stephen Waddams, 309-
  • Justice Tom Cromwell’s Contracts Decisions : Starting from the Correct Place
    • Angela Swan, 333-

PART IV PUBLIC LAW

  • Showing Them How It’s Done : Justice Cromwell’s International Law Jurisprudence
    • Robert J. Currie, 359-
  • Cromwell and Administrative Law : A Steady Hand on the Tiller
    • John M. Evans and Jeffrey Haylock, 375-
  • Technological Neutrality or Novelty? Two Models of Privacy in the Digital Era
    • Stephen Aylward, 423-
  • Federation of Law Societies : Towards a Deeper Understanding of the Principles of Fundamental Justice
    • Alexandra Mogyoros, 451-
  • Primauté du droit, originalisme et arbre vivant : les tensions au cœur des interprétations constitutionnelles de la Cour suprême du Canada durant les années du juge Cromwell
    • Me François Goyer, 469-

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 67 no. 4 (Fall 2017)

SYMPOSIUM ISSUE
Patrick Macklem: The Sovereignty of Human Rights

ARTICLES

  • Introducing Patrick Macklem, The Sovereignty of Human Rights: Four contexts
    • Karen Knop, 418-
  • Mitigating state sovereignty : The duty to consult with indigenous peoples
    • S. James Anaya & Sergio Puig, 435-
  • Human rights in international law? The forgotten origins of human rights in Latin America
    • Arnulf Becker Lorca, 465-
  • The sovereignty of international law?
    • Jutta Brunnée & Stephen J. Toope, 496-
  • The uses and limits of legalism : On Patrick Macklem’s The Sovereignty of Human Rights
    • Jean L. Cohen, 512-
  • International labour rights : Legitimizing the international legal order?
    • Ruth Dukes, 544-
  • The politics of international indigenous rights
    • Andrew Erueti, 569-
  • The authority of human rights
    • Evan Fox-Decent, 596-
  • Is the principal function of international human rights law to address the pathologies of international law? A comment on Patrick Macklem’s The Sovereignty of Human Rights
    • Christopher McCrudden, 623-
  • Positivism and practice beyond sovereignty
    • Patrick Macklem, 637-

REVIEW ESSAY

  • Managing the governance gap : extractive industries, human rights, and the home state advantage (London ; New York : Routledge, 2014) Penelope Simons and Audrey Macklin
    • Galit A. Sarfaty, 655-