Recent Table of Contents – December 2016

 

The Advocate’s Quarterly – Volume 46 no. 2 (November 2016)

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance– Volume 32 no. 1 (November 2016)

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques– Volume 42 Supplement 1 (November 2016)

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill– Volume 61 no. 3 (March 2016)

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series– Volume 76 (2016)

 

The Advocate’s Quarterly

Volume 46 no. 2 (November 2016)

ARTICLES

·         Advising the Orthodox Jewish Litigant

o   Charles B. Wagner, Gregory M. Sidlofsky and Rachael Kwan, 135-

·         Some Notable Family Law Casers from 2015-2016

o   Julien D. Payne, 160-

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

·         The Limitation of Applications to Pass Accounts

o   Matthew Furrow and Daniel Zacks, 230-

·         The Applicable Rules of Evidence in Federal Court : A Short Primer on a Tricky Question

o   Michael Shortt, 252-

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance

Volume 32 no. 1 (November 2016)

ARTICLES

·         On the Margin of Success : The Legal and Regulatory Protections for Customer Margin in the Canadian Derivatives Markets

o   Christian Chamorro-Courtland, 1-

·         Bitcoins : Regulatory Patterns

o   Andrea Borroni, 47-

·         Should Stability Reign? The Consumer Downside of Foregone Competition in Retail Banking Markets

o   Deborah Healey & Rob Nicholls, 69-

·         Big Data Analytics, Big Financial Institutions, and Big Money Fraud Litigation

o   David Debenham, 103-

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

·         Fraudulent Abuse of Remote Deposit Capture

o   Bradley Crawford, 145-

·         All Obligations Clauses and All Asset Clauses : Something Less than Everything

o   Roderick J. Wood, 151-

·         Crowdfunding in International and National Regulatory Framework

o   Klaus Peter Follak, 167-

CASES NOTES AND COMMENTS

·         Implications of the Redwater Decision : Where Does the Buck Stop?

o   Janice Buckingham, Melanie Gaston & Emily Paplawski, 183-

·         Sprott Bid Structure Ruled Golden : Targets Lose War over Proxy Battle : Central Gold Trust v. Sprott Asset Management

o   Diana Nicholls, 191-

BOOK REVIEWS

·         Derivatives in Islamic Finance : Examining the Market Risk Management Framework (Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh Guides to Islamic Finance, 2014) Sherif Ayoub

o   Hossein Nabilou, 203-

·         Making Money : Coin, Currency, and the Coming of Capitalism (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014) Christine Desan

o   Roy Kreitner, 209-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques

Volume 42 Supplement 1 (November 2016)

INTRODUCTION

·         Big Ideas for Sustainable Prosperity : Policy Innovation for Greening Growth

o   Stewart Elgie and Geoffrey R. McCarney, iii-

ARTICLES

·         Building the Green Economy

o   Edward B. Barbier, 1-

·         Let’s Get This Transition Moving!

o   James Meadowcroft, 10-

·         Canada in a Low-Carbon World : Impacts on New and Existing Resources

o   Andrew Leach, 18-

·         Ecosystem Service Concepts in Practice

o   Brian C. Murray, 24-

·         Helping Markets Get Prices Right : Natural Capital, Ecosystem Services, and Sustainability

o   W.L. (Vic) Adamowicz and Nancy Olewiler, 32-

·         Canada’s Low-Innovation Equilibrium : Why It Has Been Sustained and How It Will Be Disrupted

o   Peter Nicholson, 39-

·         The Trouble with Innovation : Why Cleaning Up the Environment is Going to Be a Lot More Challenging than We Think

o   Richard Hawkins, 46-

·         Getting the Institutions Right : Designing the Public Sector to Promote Clean Innovation

o   Brendan Haley, 54-

·         Accelerating the Take-Up of Climate Change Innovations

o   Ann Dale, 67-

·         Sustainable Development and Municipalities : Getting the Prices Right

o   Enid Slack, 73-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill

Volume 61 no. 3 (March 2016)

ARTICLES

·         Resisting Criminal Organizations : Reconceptualizing the “Political” in International Refugee Law

o   Amar Khoday, 461-

·         Can Better Law Be Married with Corrective Justice or Evil Laws?

o   Sagi Peari, 511-

·         Non-Linear Innovation

o   Michal Shur-Ofry, 563-

·         Les expulsions pour arriérés de loyer au Québec : un contentieux de masse

o   Martin Gallié, Julie Brunet et Richard-Alexandre Laniel, 611-

·         La philosophie politique et le Code civil du Québec : l’exemple de la notion de patrimoine

o   Laurence Ricard, 667-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series

Volume 76 (2016)

Constitutional Cases 2015 : An Overview

·         Lorne Sossin, 1-

PART I DIRECTIONS IN COOPERATIVE FEDERALISM

·         Judging the Limits of Cooperative Federalism

o   Eric M. Adams, 27-

·         Structural Cooperative Federalism

o   Kate Glover, 45-

·         The Promise and Limits of Cooperative Federalism as a Constitutional Principle

o   Warren J. Newman, 67-

PART II LIBERTY, LIFE & JUSTICE

·         Carter v. Canada (Attorney General), The Constitutional Attack on Canada’s Ban on Assisted Dying : Missing an Obvious Chance to Rule on the Charter’s Disability Equality Guarantee

o   David Lepofsky, 89-

·         Thinkable : The Charter and Refugee Law after Appulonappa and B010

o   Colin Grey, 111-

PART III ACTORS AND INSTITUTIONS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE

·         Henry v. British Columbia : Still Seeking a Just Approach to Damages for Wrongful Conviction

o   Emma Cunliffe, 143-

·         A False Start in Constitutionalizing Lawyer Loyalty in Canada (Attorney General) v. Federation of Law Societies of Canada

o   Amy Salyzyn, 169-

·         The Pragmatic Limits of Access to Justice

o   Hart Schwartz and Anthony Robert Sangiuliano, 193-

PART IV THE CONSTITUTION AND COMMUNITIES

·         Mouvement laïque québécois v. Saguenay : Neutrality and Narrative

o   Victor M. Muñiz-Fraticelli, 219-

·         Kahkewistahaw First Nation v. Taypotat : An Arbitrary Approach to Discrimination

o   Jonnette Watson Hamilton and Jennifer Koshan, 243-

·         Caron, Carter and Bedford at the Supreme Court of Canada : Society Can Change but History Will Always Stay the Same

o   Nicolas M. Rouleau, 263-

PART V THE BOUNDARIES OF CRIMINAL LAW : CRIME AND PUNISHMENT

·         R. v. Smith and Judicially Reviewing the Scope of Criminal Law under the Charter

o   Christopher Sherrin, 291-

·         “Chartering” in the Shadow of Lochner : Guindon, Goodwin and the Criminal-Administrative Distinction at the Supreme Court of Canada

o   Steven Penney, 307-

·         R. v. Nur : A Positive Step but not the Solution to the Problem of Mandatory Minimums in Canada

o   Janani Shanmuganathan, 329-

PART VI ELECTORAL REFORM : CONSTITUTIONAL CONSTRAINTS AND COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES

·         The Process of Electoral Reform in Canada : Democratic and Constitutional Constraints

o   Yasmin Dawood, 353-

·         Constitutional Amendment After the Senate Reference and the Prospects for Electoral Reform

o   Michael Pal, 377-

·         Constitutional Constraints on Electoral Reform in Canada : Why Parliament is (Mostly) Free to Implement a New Voting System

o   Emmett Macfarlane, 399-