Recent Table of Contents – November 2016

The Advocate’s Quarterly – Volume 46 no. 1 (September 2016)
Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada – Volume 35 no. 3 (October 2016)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 49 no. 2 (May 2016)
Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence – Volume 29 no. 1 (February 2016)
Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence – Volume 29 no. 2 (August 2016)
Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue canadienne droit et société – Volume 31 no. 2 (2016)
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 42 no. 3 (September 2016)
Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 28 no. 3 (September 2016)
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 10 no. 2 (September 2016)
Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles – Volume 21 no. 1 (June 2016)
University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de Droit de université du Nouveau-Brunswick - Volume67 (2016)
University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 66 no. 4 (Fall 2016)

The Advocate’s Quarterly
Volume 46 no. 1 (September 2016)

ARTICLES

  • AABS and SABS : The Evolving World of Ontario Statutory Accident Benefits in 2016
    • Philippa G. Samworth, 3-
  • The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Canadian Law and the Legal Profession
    • Matthew E. Castel and J.-G. Castel, 34-
  • Discrimination by Fiduciary Protection : Continuing Federal Paternalism in Aboriginal Succession and Inheritance Law
    • Lionel J. Tupman, Arieh Bloom and Kate Stephens, 60-
  • Write Less, Win More
    • Daniella Murynka, 77-

CASE COMMENT

  • Bhasin v. Hrynew : Towards Clarity and Coherence with Respect to Good Faith in Contract Performance?
    • Nadia Effendi, Heather Pessione and Oliver V. Nguyen, 94-

PRACTICE AND PROCEDURE

  • Staying and Dismissing Frivolous, Vexatious and Abusive Proceedings : Ontario Rule 2.1
    • Brent Kettles, 124-

Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada
Volume 35 no. 3 (October 2016)

ARTICLES

  • A Reasonable and Necessary Guide to Section 7 : Clothing and cell phones and computers! Oh my!
    • Sheila Gibb, 211-
  • Recognition of Foreign Divorces : A Primer
    • Berend Hovius, 259-
  • The Ten Evidence Rules That Every Family Law Lawyer Needs to Know
    • Rollie Thompson, 285-

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 49 no. 2 (May 2016)

ARTICLES

  • The long-term effects of forcible assimilation policy : The case of Indian boarding schools
    • Donna L. Feir, 433-
  • Crime, apprehension and clearance rates : Panel data evidence from Canadian provinces
    • Philip A. Curry, Anindya Sen and George Orlov, 481-
  • Are youth offenders responsive to changing sanctions? Evidence from the Canadian Youth Criminal Justice Act of 2003
    • Lihui Zhang, 515-
  • Hidden costs of supply management in a small market
    • Colin A. Carter and Pierre Mérel, 555-
  • On Lionel McKenzie’s 1957 intrusion into 20th-century demand theory
    • M. Ali Khan and Edward E. Schlee, 589-
  • Who invests more in advanced abatement technology? Theory and evidence
    • Jing Cao, Larry D. Qiu and Mohan Zhou, 637-
  • Asymmetric spiders : Supplier heterogeneity and the organization of firms
    • Verena Nowak, Christian Schwarz and Jens Suedekum, 663-
  • Manufacturers and retailers in the global economy
    • Horst Raff and Nicolas Schmitt, 685-
  • Demographic change, human capital accumulation and R&D-based growth
    • Ken-ichi Hashimoto and Ken Tabata, 707-
  • Is Canada an optimal currency area? An inflation targeting perspective
    • Maxym Chaban and Graham M. Voss, 738-
  • Rockets and feathers meet markup margins : Applications to the oil and gasoline industry
    • Janelle Mann, 772-
  • Energy price shocks and external balances
    • Bao Tan Huynh, 789-
  • Measuring the contribution of durable goods to the welfare cost of inflation
    • Arman Mansoorian and Leo Michelis, 815-
  • Public-private mix of health expenditure : A political economy and quantitative analysis
    • Shuyun May Li, Solmaz Moslehi and Siew Ling Yew, 834-

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
Volume 29 no. 1 (February 2016)

ARTICLES

  • On the Spontaneous Emergence of Private Law
    • Daniele Bertolini, 5-
  • Hegel and the Justification of Real-world Penal Sanctions
    • Antje du Bois-Pedain, 37-
  • Staying Busy While Doing Nothing? Dworkin’s Complicated Relationship with Pragmatism
    • Hillary Nye, 71-
  • Corporate Criminals and Punishment Theory
    • Sylvia Rich, 97-
  • Federal-State Jural Relations : A Neo-Hohfeldian Approach to the Study of Federalism
    • Arun Sagar, 119-
  • A Corrective Justice Account of Disgorgement for Breach of Contract by Analogy to Fiduciary Remedies
    • Anthony Robert Sangiuliano, 149-
  • “A New Philosophy for International Law” and Dworkin’s Political Realism
    • Eric J. Scarffe, 191-
  • The Global Turn in Legal Theory
    • Mikhail Xifaras, 215-
  • Refining the Structure and Revisiting the Relevant Jurisdiction of Crimes against Humanity
    • Alain Zysset, 245-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Why Law Matters (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014) Alon Harel
    • Jacob Weinrib, 267-

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
Volume 29 no. 2 (August 2016)

ARTICLES

  • The “Who?” Question in the Hate Speech Debate : Part I : Consistency, Practical, and Formal Approaches
    • Alexander Brown, 275-
  • Tension and Legality : Towards a Theory of the Executive Branch
    • Margit Cohn, 321-
  • Crimes Against Humanity, Dehumanization and Rehumanization : Reading the Case of Duch with Hannah Arendt
    • Luigi Corrias, 351-
  • Moral Uncertainty and Redistribution through Private Law
    • Adi Libson, 371-
  • The Presumption of Punishment : A Critical Review of its Early Modern Origins
    • Rocio Lorca, 385-
  • On the Duty to Reconstruct After War : Who is responsible for jus post bellum?
    • Lonneke Peperkamp, 403-
  • Action in Law’s Empire : Judging in the Deliberative Mode
    • Veronica Rodriguez-Blanco, 431-
  • Defining ‘Speech’ : Subtraction, Addition, and Division
    • Robert Mark Simpson, 457-

CRITICAL NOTICE
Why a Theory of International Arbitration and Transnational Legality?

  • Transnational Legality : Stateless Law and International Arbitration (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2014) Thomas Schultz
    • Guilherme Vasconcelos Vilaça, 495-

Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue canadienne droit et société
Volume 31 no. 2 (2016)

Special issue: Financial Transfers Between Spouses on Divorce : Logics of Need, Restitution, or Compensation? / Numéro Spécial: Les transferts économiques entre ex-époux à la suite du divorce : logiques alimentaire, compensatoire, indemnitaire?

  • Guest editors/Rédacteurs invités: Isabelle Sayn, Cécile Bourreau-Dubois, Bruno Jeandidier

ARTICLES

  • Introduction : Les transferts économiques entre ex-époux à la suite du divorce : logiques alimentaire, compensatoire, indemnitaire?
    • Cécile Bourreau-Dubois, Bruno Jeandidier, et Isabelle Sayn, 135-
  • Les logiques implicites de la prestation compensatoire dans le divorce : approches comparées européennes
    • Nathalie Dandoy, Frédérique Granet, et Yann Favier, 139-
  • Les justifications de la prestation compensatoire dans le discours juridique français
    • Safia Bouabdallah et Isabelle Sayn, 161-
  • Le justifications empiriques de la compensation financière après divorce
    • Bertrand Garbinti, Bruno Jeandidier, et Helen Lim, 183-
  • Quand l’économie renouvelle le droit : l’exemple de la justification de l’obligation alimentaire envers l’ex-époux en cas de divorce
    • Myriam Doriat-Duban et Cécile Bourreau-Dubois, 203-
  • Compenser les inégalités économiques des époux après divorce? Des critères légaux aux outils d’aide à la décision
    • Isabelle Sayn, 219-
  • Lignes directrices facultatives en matière de pensions alimentaires pour époux – Pertinence de leur application au Québec?
    • Jocelyne Jarry, Évelyne Lapierre-Adamcyk, Céline Le Bourdais, et Alain Roy, 243-
  • A ‘Divorce Blueprint’? The Use of Heteronormative Strategies in Addressing Economic Inequalities on Civil Partnership Dissolution
    • Charlotte Bendall, 267-
  • Protection sociale et compensation des inégalités économiques entre femmes et hommes
    • Marie-Thérèse Letablier et Sandrine Dauphin, 287-

BOOK REVIEW

  • After Legal Equality : Family, Sex, Kinship (London : Routledge, 2015) Robert Leckey, editor
    • Michael Boucai, 315-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume 42 no. 3 (September 2016)

ARTICLES

  • The Doug Purvis Memorial Lecture – Monetary/Fiscal Policy Mix and Financial Stability : The Medium Term is Still the Message
    • Stephen S. Poloz, 225-
  • Dosage des politiques monétaire et budgétaire et stabilité financière : le moyen terme est encore le message
    • Stephen S. Poloz, 237-
  • The Evolution of Hourly Compensation in Canada between 1980 and 2010
    • Jean-Yves Duclos and Mathieu Pellerin, 250-
  • Reduction of Food Insecurity among Low-Income Canadian Seniors as a Likely Impact of a Guaranteed Annual Income
    • Lynn McIntyre, Daniel J. Dutton, Cynthia Kwok, and J.C. Herbert Emery, 274-
  • A Longitudinal Analysis of GIS Entries and Exits
    • Ross Finnie, David Gray, and Yan Zhang, 287-
  • Changing Immigrant Characteristics and Pre-Landing Canadian Earnings : Their Effect on Entry Earnings over the 1990s and 2000s
    • Feng Hou and Garnett Picot, 308-
  • Stakeholder Views on Privatization of the Quebec Health Care System
    • Marie-Pascale Pomey, Raymond Hudson, Nicolas Van Schendel, Elisabeth Martin, and Pierre-Gerlier Forest, 324-
  • Size-Based Analysis of Charitable Foundations : New Evidence from Canadian Data
    • Iryna Khovrenkov, 337-

COMMENTARY

  • Answering the Call : A Guide to Reconciliation for Quantitative Social Scientists
    • Donna Feir and Robert L.A. Hancock, 350-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume64 no. 3 (2016)

ARTICLE

  • When Do the Stop-Loss Rules Apply? Transactions Involving Foreign Affiliates After the 2012 Technical Bill
    • Jim Samuel, 561-

FINANCES OF THE NATION

  • The Tax Recognition of Children in Canada : Exemptions, Credits, and Cash Transfers
    • Kevin Milligan, 601-

CURRENT CASES

  • (SCC) Canada (Attorney General) v. Chambre des notaires du Québec; (SCC) Canada (National Revenue) v. Thompson; (FCA) TDL Group Co. v. Canada
    • Co-Editors: Ryan L. Morris and Michael D. Templeton, 619-

PERSONAL TAX PLANNING

  • Non-Resident Trusts : Selected Interpretive and Planning Issues – Part 2
    • Elie S. Roth and Kim Brown, 637-

PLANIFICATION FISCALE PERSONNELLE

  • Fiducies on-résidentes : Planification et interprétation – Deuxième partie
    • Elie S. Roth and Kim Brown, 659-

CURRENT TAX READING

  • Co-Editors: Robin Boadway, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 683-

Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle
Volume 28 no. 3 (September 2016)

COMMENT

  • The Value of Copyright
    • Marshall Rothstein, 295-

NOTE

  • Fintech – Stake a Patent Claim?
    • Maya Medeiros & Brian Chau, 303-

ARTICLES

  • Understanding Copy Right
    • Cameron Hutchison, 315-
  • Liability to End Users for Abuse of the Canadian Patent Regime after Low v. Pfizer Canada Inc.
    • Matthew Good, 347-
  • Interpreting the Right of Reproduction in Sodrac
    • Gregory R. Hagen, 363-
  • Towards an Improved Framework for Trade-mark law and Regulation in Social Media Usernames : A study of the Canadian, U.S. and U.K. positions
    • Rajeev Sachdev, 379-
  • Collective Societies in a Transactional World
    • Adriane Porcin, 419-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Overlapping Intellectual Property Rights (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2012) Neil Wilkof & Shamnad Basheer
    • Tesh W. Dagne, 437-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique
Volume 10 no. 2 (September 2016)

PERSPECTIVES

  • The Unrestrained, Unconstrained and Unintelligent Bargaining for Votes
    • Gregory Tardi, 261-

COMMENTARY ON THE ROLE OF LAW

  • Le démocratie à l’épreuve de l’état d’urgence : l’exemple de la France
    • Marion Rebière, 265-

ARTICLES

  • Political and Parliamentary Accountability as an Aspect of Public Law
    • Steven Chaplin, 277-
  • Partisan Politics and the Threat to American Democracy
    • Sarah Acker, 307-
  • Consequences for Broken Political Promises : Lawyer-Politicians and the Rules of Professional Conduct
    • Andrew Flavelle Martin, 337-
  • Que se passe-t-il en Syrie?
    • Marthe Chabrol, 355-
  • A Critical Assessment of Supreme Court Judicial Reasoning : the Constitutionality of Health Care Policies in Canada
    • Megan Ma, 397-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • When the Law Doesn’t Rule
    • Paul Durand, 411-
  • Organizing the Halls of Power : the Role of Federal Parliamentary Staffers in MPs Offices
    • Daniel Dickin, 415-

LEGISLATION

  • Meaningless, Momentous, or Malignant? An Analysis of Canada’s Fixed Election Date Laws
    • Kirsten Morry, 431-

LITIGATION

  • Allard v. Canada, 2016 FC 236 The Changing Legal Framework Regarding Marijuana in Canada
    • Shane Zurbrigg, 465-

JURISPRUDENCE

  • Including emerging litigation Comprenant les litiges en voie de développement
    • Gregory Tardi, 475-

LITERATURE

  • Where to Invade Next? (Dog Eat Dog Films, IMG Films, 2015) Michael Moore, Director
    • Tom McSorley, 491-
  • La justice administrative : entre indépendance et responsabilité, Jalons pour la création d’un régime commun des décideurs administratifs indépendants (Cowansville : Éditions Yvon Blais, 2014) P. Noreau, F. Houle, P. Issalys et M. Valois
    • Sule Tomkinson, 495-
  • Commissions of Inquiry and Policy Change : A Comparative Analysis (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2014) Gregory J. Inwood and Carolyn M. Johns, eds.
    • Gillian Hutchison Perry, 499-

Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles
Volume 21 no. 1 (June 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Editor’s Preface
    • Peter Carver, 1-
  • Introduction : Politics and the Constitution – the Ties that Bind
    • Ran Hirschl, 3-
  • The New Parliamentary Sovereignty
    • Vanessa MacDonnell, 13-
  • Temporal Limitations in Constitutional Amendment
    • Richard Albert, 37-
  • Legislatures as Hostages of Obstructionism : Political Constitutionalism and the Due Process of Lawmaking
    • Cristina Fasone, 63-
  • Electoral Management Bodies as a Fourth Branch of Government
    • Michael Pal, 85-
  • Plutocracy and Partyocracy : Oligarchies Born of Constitutional Interpretation
    • Timothy K. Kuhner, 115-
  • The Supreme Court in Canada’s Constitutional Order
    • Kate Glover, 143-

University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de Droit de université du Nouveau-Brunswick
Volume67 (2016)

Editors’ Preface

  • Amber Chisholm & Tim McLaughlin, 1-

Aboriginal Law Society Foreword

  • Aboriginal Law Society of UNB, 2-

PART I: UNB LECTURE SERIES

  • Unextinguished : Rights and the Indian Act
    • John Borrows, 3-
  • Maritime Cooperation : A Unique Runway and an Urgent Need to Take Off
    • Wade MacLauchlin, 36-

PART II: FORUM – RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN ABORIGINAL LAW

  • After Tsilhqot’in Nation : The Aboriginal Title Question in Canada’s Maritime Provinces
    • Robert Hamilton, 58-
  • Back to the Future : Reconciliation and Indigenous Sovereignty After Tsilhqot’in
    • Felix Hoehn, 109-
  • Stepping into Canada’s Shoes : Tsilhqot’in, Grassy Narrows and the Division of Powers
    • Bruce McIvor & Kate Gunn, 146-
  • Indigenous Peoples : Caught in a Perpetual Human Rights Prison
    • Larry Chartrand, 167-
  • Living Legal Traditions : Mi’kmaw Justice in Nova Scotia
    • L. Jane McMillan, 187-
  • Indian Act By-Laws : A Viable Means for First Nations to (Re)Assert Control over Local Matters Now and Not Later
    • Naiomi Metallic, 211-
  • From Consultation to Consent : Squaring the Circle?
    • Michael Coyle, 235-
  • Navigating Through Narratives of Despair : Making Space for the Cree Reasonable Person in the Canadian Justice System
    • Hadley Friedland, 269-
  • Indigenous Restorative Justice : Approaches, Meaning & Possibility
    • Jeffery G. Hewitt, 313-
  • Framing Aboriginal Title as the (Mis)Recognition of Indigenous Law
    • Matthew V.W. Moulton, 336-

PART III: STUDENT SUBMISSION

  • Wandering Without a Torch : Federalism as a Guiding Light
    • Mark Mancini, 369-

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 66 no. 4 (Fall 2016)

FOCUS FEATURES: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE, BIG DATA, AND THE FUTURE OF LAW

  • Law in the future
    • Benjamin Alarie, Anthony Niblett, & Albert H. Yoon, 423-
  • Self-driving laws
    • Anthony J. Casey & Anthony Niblett, 429-
  • The path of the law : Towards legal singularity
    • Benjamin Alarie, 443-
  • The post-modern lawyer : Technology and the democratization of legal representation
    • Albert H. Yoon, 456-

ARTICLES

  • Acquisitive prescription and fundamental rights
    • Neil Duxbury, 472-
  • Rethinking original ownership
    • Yael R. Lifshitz, 513-
  • Quantifying Dunsmuir : An empirical analysis of the Supreme Court of Canada’s jurisprudence on standard of review
    • Robert Danay, 555-