Recent Tables of Contents – January 2017

Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 58 no. 3 (December 2016)

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal – Volume 21 (2016)

Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada – Volume 36 no. 1 (December 2016)

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law – Volume 2 no. 1 (2016)

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law – Volume 2 no. 2 (2016)

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 49 no. 3 (August 2016)

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit – Volume 28 no. 3 (2016)

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada – Volume 59 no. 4 (December 2016)

Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies –Volume 25 (Spring 2016)

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 10 no. 3 (November 2016)

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill - Volume 61 no. 4 (June 2016)

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill - Volume 62 no. 1 (September 2016)

National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue nationale de droit constitutionnel – Volume 36 no. 2 (November 2016)

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations – Volume 71 no. 4 (Fall 2016)

University of British Columbia Law Review – Volume 49 no. 3 (2016)

 

Canadian Business Law Journal

Volume 58 no. 3 (December 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Using Machine Learning to Predict Outcomes in Tax Law
    • Benjamin Alarie, Anthony Niblett and Albert H. Yoon, 231-
  • Appraisal Rights Arbitrage : What can Canada Learn from The Big Brother
    • Hugo Margoc, 255-

COMMENTARIES

  • The Death of Contract, Redux : Boilerplate and the End of Interpretation
    • Jason MacLean, 289-
  • Paths to Reconciliation in a Post-Tsilhqot'in World
    • Harry Swain, 313-
  • Regulatory Coherence and the Mega-Regional Trade Agreements : Lessons from the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement
    • Dan Ciuriak and Natassia Ciuriak, 325-
  • The Status of Intellectual Property Licences in Insolvency Proceedings : A Note on Golden Opportunities Fund Inc. v. Phenomenome Discoveries Inc.
    • Anthony Duggan, 341-

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Schemes of Arrangement : Theory, Structure and Operation (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2014) Jennifer Payne
    • Virginia Torrie, 346-
  • Challenging Boardroom Homogeneity (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015) Aaron A. Dhir
    • Douglas M. Branson, 355-

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit penal

Volume 21 (2016)

SPECIAL EDITION – LEGISLATIVE REFORMS

ARTICLES

  • Réformes législatives et réactions systémiques et judiciaires : le début d’un nouveau dialogue entre les chercheurs et les milieux législatifs et de pratique
    • Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Margarida Garcia et Julie Desrosiers, 1-
  • L’impact du changement de philosophie correctionnelle sur les droits des détenus
    • Lucie Lemonde, 5-
  • La réforme de la Loi sur le casier judiciaire ou la mise au rancart de la réhabilitation administrative des ex-contrevenants
    • Marie-Josée Harvey, 29-
  • Bill C-14 – Amendments to Part XX.I of the Criminal Code : A Knee Jerk Reaction
    • Michelle O’Bonsawin, 53-
  • Ipeelee et le devoir de résistance
    • Marie-Andrée Denis-Boileau et Marie-Eve Sylvestre, 73-
  • Quand le renouveau pénologique au cœur de l’art. 718.2e) se fait attendre : symptôme d’une impasse réformiste plus générale
    • Geneviève Beausoleil-Allard, 123-
  • L’article 12 de la Charte canadienne des droits et libertés : le critère de la disproportion exagérée revisité
    • Julie Desrosiers, 153-
  • Towards Accountability and Fairness for Aboriginal People : The Recognition of Gladue as a Principle of Fundamental Justice that Applies to Prosecutors
    • Marie Manikis, 173-
  • Squeezing Blood from the Stone : Narrative and Judicial Resistance to the Mandatory Victim Surcharge
    • Graham Mayeda, 195-
  • Du juge «bouche de la loi» dans sa «tour d’ivoire» au juge «gardien des promesses» dans la cité : une reformulation contemporaine de l’indépendance judiciaire
    • Margarida Garcia, 237-
  • La fin de la politique du «parler fort, mais agir doucement» : la rupture des peines minimales obligatoires pour leurre par Internet avec les peines traditionnellement imposées par les juges
    • Chloé Leclerc, Francis Fortin et Jean-Pierre Guay, 269-

Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada

Volume 36 no. 1 (December 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Children Resisting Contact : What’s a Lawyer to Do?
    • Nicholas Bala and Patricia Hebert, 1-
  • Spousal Pension Benefits : When Death Does not Them do Part
    • Rita M. Richardson, 57-
  • Valuation of Professional Practices
    • Steve Ranot, 99-
  • Proxy-mate : Revitalizing the Spousal Support Regime for Non-conjugal Adult Personal Relationships and the Case of Caregiving
    • Katherine Spensieri, 107-

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law

Volume 2 no. 1 (2016)

EQUITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY : PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES

ARTICLES

  • The End of Knowing Receipt
    • Robert Chambers, 1-
  • The Function (or Malfunction) of Equity in Charity Law of Canada’s Federal Courts
    • Kathryn Chan, 33-
  • Compensatory Remedies for Breach of Trust
    • Paul S. Davies, 65-
  • A Proposal for Flexibility in Private and Public Express Trust Enforcement
    • Mark Gillen, 115-
  • The Vulnerability Jurisdiction : Equity, Parens Patriae, and the Inherent Jurisdiction of the Court
    • Margaret Isabel Hall, 185-
  • Charitable Trusts and Discrimination : Two Themes
    • Matthew Harding, 227-
  • Conscience as the Organising Concept of Equity
    • Alastair Hudson, 261-
  • Panacea or Pandemic : Comparing “Equitable Waiver of Tort” to “Aggregate Liability” in Cases of Mass Torts with Indeterminate Causation
    • Craig Jones, 301-
  • Undermining Justice : The Two Rises of Freedom of Contract and the Fall of Equity
    • Hila Keren, 339-

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law

Volume 2 no. 2 (2016)

EQUITY IN THE 21ST CENTURY : PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES

ARTICLES

  • The Comparative Distinctiveness of Equity
    • Justice Mark Leeming, Judge of Appeal of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, 403-
  • Improvements to Land, Proprietary Estoppel and Unjust Enrichment
    • Mitchell McInnes, 421-
  • “The execution of a trust shall be under the control of the court” : A Maxim in Modern Times
    • Richard C. Nolan, 469-
  • The “Fusion” of Law and Equity? : A Canadian Perspective on the Substantive, Jurisdictional, or Non-Fusion of Legal and Equitable Matters
    • Leonard I. Rotman, 497-
  • Equity as a Vehicle for Law Reform : The Case of Unilateral Mistake
    • Irit Samet, 537-
  • The Genetically Modified Constructive Trust
    • Graham Virgo, 579-
  • Modelling Subrogation as an “Equitable Remedy”
    • Stephen Watterson, 609-
  • Joint Bank Account Trusts and the Protection of Older Adults from Financial Abuse : Exploring Equity’s Preference for Beneficiary-Direction Over Beneficiary-Protection
    • David Wiseman, 679-
  • Four Questions on Fiduciaries
    • Sarah Worthington, 723-

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique

Volume 49 no. 3 (August 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Viewpoint : Estimating the causal effects of policies and programs
    • Jeffrey Smith and Arthur Sweetman, 871-
  • News shocks and labour market dynamics in matching models
    • Konstantinos Theodoridis and Francesco Zanetti, 906-
  • Creative destruction and unemployment in an open economy model
    • Ignat Stepanok, 931-
  • Commodity prices and related equity prices
    • Shiu-Sheng Chen, 949-
  • Personal income tax progressivity and output volatility : Evidence from OECD countries
    • Malte Rieth, Cristina Checherita-Westphal and Maria-Grazia Attinasi, 968-
  • The citizen-candidate model with imperfect policy control : Strategic delegation and polarization
    • R. Emre Aytimur, Aristotelis Boukouras and Robert Schwager, 997-
  • Negative income taxes, inequality and poverty
    • Constantine Angyridis and Brennan Scott Thompson, 1016-
  • What drags and drives mobility? Explaining Canada’s aggregate migration patterns
    • David Amirault, Daniel de Munnik and Sarah Miller, 1035-
  • Export price adjustments under financial constraints
    • Angelo Secchi, Federico Tamagni and Chiara Tomasi, 1057-
  • Firm productivity and importing : Evidence from Chinese manufacturing firms
    • Robert J.R. Elliott, Liza Jabbour and Liyun Zhang, 1086-
  • Import dynamics and demands for protection
    • Russell Hillberry and Phillip McCalman, 1125-
  • Trade costs, quality and the skill premium
    • Eddy Bekkers, Joseph Francois and Miriam Manchin, 1153-
  • Imported inputs and privatization in downstream mixed oligopoly with foreign ownership
    • Shih-Jye Wu, Yang-Ming Chang and Hung-Yi Chen, 1179-
  • Price dispersion in a directed search model
    • Ce Huang, 1208-

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit

Volume 28 no. 3 (2016)

SPECIAL ISSUE/NUMÉRO SPÉCIAL

La régulation du genre dans la coexistence des niveaux de droit : regards croisés Europe-Canada / The Regulation of Gender in the Co-Existence of Levels of Law : Conversations between Europe and Canada

ARTICLES

  • Couvrez ce genre que le droit ne saurait voir : la difficile circulation du concept féministe de genre dans la langue juridique
    • Louise Langevin, 469-
  • Au-delà du binaire : penser le genre, la loi et le droit des personnes transgenres en Belgique
    • Caroline Simon, 521-
  • La réglementation de l’assistance médicale à la procréation en Italie : le droit face à une nouvelle conception de la famille
    • Enrica Bracchi et Carolina Simoncini, 548-
  • Les femmes et le travail de soins aux enfants : quelle reconnaissance par les régimes étatiques d’indemnisation?
    • Mathilde Valentini, 568-
  • «La protection du sexe fort»? Quand la France est condamnée pour discrimination (1988-91)
    • Fanny Gallot, 602-
  • Dénonciation, regulation et réforme du droit de la famille par les groupes de pères séparés : ce que nous apprend la comparaison France-Québec
    • Aurélie Fillod-Chabaud, 617-
  • Le traitement institutionnel d’une minorité par la justice en Île-de-France : le cas des «jeunes filles roumaines»
    • Arthur Vuattoux, 646-

CHRONIQUES BIBLIOGRAPHIQUES/BOOK REVIEWS

  • La bataille de l’avortement, chronique québécoise (Montréal : Remue-ménage, 2016) Louise Desmarais
    • Louise Langevin, 668-
  • Sister Wives, Surrogates and Sex Workers : Outlaws by Choice? (Farnham, UK : Ashgate, 2013) Angela Campbell
    • Lisa Kerr, 676-
  • Sisters in Law : How Sandra Day O’Connor and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Went to the Supreme Court and Changed the World (New York : Harper Collins, 2015) Linda Hirshman
    • Mary Jane Mossman, 685-
  • Implied Consent and Sexual Assault : Intimate Relationships, Autonomy, and Voice (Montreal and Kingston : McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2015) Michael Plaxton
    • Lucinda Vandervort, 697-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada

Volume 59 no. 4 (December 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Fiscal rules in the Canadian provinces : Abject failure or qualified success?
    • Michael M. Atkinson, Haizhen Mou, Peter Bruce, 495-
  • The dark side of public participation : Participative processes that legitimize elected officials’ values
    • Nancy Bouchard, 516-
  • Preparing to lead : Mayoral transition planning in Canadian cities
    • Zachary Spicer, Kate Graham, 538-
  • Measuring the age distribution in Canadian social spending
    • Paul Kershaw, Lynell Anderson, 556-
  • A developing context : Evaluation and FedNor’s evolving institutional context
    • Markus Sharaput, 580-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • GitHub use in public administration in Canada : Early experience with a new collaboration tool
    • Justin Longo, Tanya M. Kelley, 598-

Dalhousie Journal of Legal Studies

Volume 25 (Spring 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Realizing the Precautionary Principle in Due Diligence
    • Ling Chen, 1-
  • Who is Harmed by Fantasy? A Deliberative Democratic and Charter Analysis of Canada’s Chief Pornography Law
    • Emily Hensen, 25-
  • Conflict Resolution Processes in End-of-Life Care Disputes Between Families and Healthcare Providers in Canada
    • Matthew P. Ponsford, 83-
  • The Problem of False Comparisons : Animal Welfare Discourse and the Anti-Choice Movement
    • Nicole Power, 107-
  • Re Indalex : The Confluence of Pension, Insolvency, and Fiduciary Law
    • David Zhou, 137-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique

Volume 10 no. 3 (November 2016)

PERSPECTIVES

  • Memorandum of Principle
    • Gregory Tardi, 503

COMMENTARY ON THE ROLE OF LAW    

  • Canada and the European Union : Toward a New Level of Treaty-Based Partnership
    • Marie-Anne Coninsx, Jesse Shuster-Leibner, 505-
  • From 1776 to 2016 : The Historical Significant of Hillary Clinton’s Presidential Candidacy
    • Julie Dolan, 511-

ARTICLES

  • Taking Back Control? Parliamentary Sovereignty and UK Membership in the EU
    • Justine N. Stefanelli, 521-
  • La Primouté du droit au lendemain d’un référendum sur la sécession du Québec
    • Benjamin Dionne, 533-
  • Beyond Fairness : Section 3 of the Charter and Electoral Reform
    • Jeanelle Dundas, 559-
  • The Law, Policy, and Politics of Federal By-Elections in Canada
    • Matthew P. Ponsford, 583-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • Canada After COP21
    • Anne Dance, Kimberly Bittermann, Teresa Devor, 629-

LEGISLATION

  • De la compétence sur la révision du système électoral féderal
    • Maxime St-Hilaire, 641-

LITIGATION/LITIGES

  • A Canadian is a Canadian is a Canadian … Resident? Expatriate Voting Rights in Canada
    • Julia Deutsch, 649-

JURISPRUDENCE

  • Notable Case Law Concerning Legislative Bodies and Their Members
    • Melanie J. Mortensen, 679-

LITERATURE

  • Sovereignty’s Promise : The State as Fiduciary (Toronto : Oxford University Press, 2011) Evan Fox-Decent
    • Robert Marshall, 693-
  • A Short History of the State in Canada (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2015) E.A. Heaman
    • Gregory Tardi, 697-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill

Volume 61 no. 4 (June 2016)

SPECIAL ISSUE - INDIGENOUS LAW AND LEGAL PLURALISM/LE DROIT AUTOCHTONE ET LE PLURALISME JURIDIQUE

ARTICLES

  • Introduction: Moving from the Why to the How of Indigenous Law
    • Fraser Harland, 721-
  • An Inside Job : Engaging with Indigenous Legal Traditions through Stories
    • Val Napoleon and Hadley Friedland, 725-
  • WSÁNEĆ Legal Theory and the Fuel Spill at SELEKTEL (Goldstream River)
    • Robert YELḰÁTTE Clifford, 755-
  • Heroes, Tricksters, Monsters, and Caretakers : Indigenous Law and Legal Education
    • John Borrows, 795-
  • The Lifeworlds of Law : On Revitalizing Indigenous Legal Orders Today
    • Aaron Mills, 847-
  • Compendre la normativité innue en matière d’«adoption» et de garde coutumière
    • Sébastien Grammond et Christiane Guay, 885-
  • Des compétences législatives personnelles en matière d’activités de chasse, de pêche et de piégeage dans les ententes de revendications territoriales : les limites de la cogestion
    • Geneviève Motard, 907-
  • Toward a Bijural Interpretation of the Principle of Respect in Aboriginal Law
    • Kirsten Manley-Casimir, 939-
  • The Tricksters Speak : Klooscap and Wesakechak, Indigenous Law, and the New Brunswick Land Use Negotiation
    • Lara Ulrich and David Gill, 979-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill

Volume 62 no. 1 (September 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Fiduciary Duties, Conflict of Interest, and Proper Exercise of Judgment
    • Remus Valsan, 1-
  • The Sexual Assault of Older Women : Criminal Justice Responses in Canada
    • Isabel Grant and Janine Benedet, 41-
  • La qualification juridique des swaps comme site d’une lutte globale pour le droit
    • Pascale Cornut St-Pierre, 79-
  • Une théorie de l’agence des régimes complémentaires de retraite
    • Patrick Mignault, 111-
  • La contribution des blogues juridiques à la connaissance, à la critique et aux transformations du droit
    • Edith Guilhermont, 157-
  • Interjurisdictional Information Sharing and National Security : A Constitutional and Legislative Analysis
    • Jacques Shore, Brian Crane and John Wilson, 207-

SPEECH

  • Cultural Genocide : Legal Label or Mourning Metaphor?
    • Payam Akhavan, 243-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Great Debates in Company Law (London : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014) Lorraine Talbot
    • Ivan Tchotourian, 273-

National Journal of Constitutional Law/Revue nationale de droit constitutionnel

Volume 36 no. 2 (November 2016)

ARTICLES

  • A Defence of Constitutionalized Interpretation
    • Hamish Stewart, 195-
  • Constitutionalized Interpretation, Reading Down/In and the Wisdom of Schachter
    • Kent Roach, 211-
  • An Unacceptable Standard : Administrative Monetary Penalties and the Erosion of Section 11 Protections in the Wake of Guindon
    • Doug McLeod, 229-
  • Two Tales of Two Rights : R. v. Spencer and the Bridging of Privacy and Free Speech
    • David M. Tortell, 253-
  • Addressing the Elephant in the Room : Spending Power in Canada
    • Bérard Frédéric, 287-
  • Canadian Climate Federalism : Parliament’s Ample Constitutional Authority to Legislate GHG Emissions through Regulations, a National Cap and Trade Program, or a National Carbon Tax
    • Nathalie J. Chalifour, 331-

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations

Volume 71 no. 4 (Fall 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Multi-Scalar Trade Unionism : Lessons from Maritime Unions
    • Peter Fairbrother and Victor Oyaro Gekara, 589-
  • Le système d’emploi des travailleurs agricoles saisonniers : topographie d’un rapport salarial multipartite
    • Dalia Gesualdi-Fecteau, 611-
  • What’s Next after Psychological Contract Violation?
    • Sylvie Guerrero and Mickaël Naulleau, 639-
  • Le rôle médiateur de l’engagement au travail dans la relation entre la justice organisationnelle et les comportements de citoyenneté : le cas de la police française
    • Mathieu Molines et Amar Fall, 660-
  • Analyzing Exclusion in Global Worker Health Policy
    • Jeffrey Hilgert, 690-
  • Analyse des processus menant à des changements dans une entreprise du secteur aéronautique : vers un modèle d’évaluation des interventions ergonomiques
    • Valérie Albert, Nicole Vézina, Henriette Bilodeau et Fabien Coutarel, 713-
  • Labour Standards in Global Value Chains : Disentangling Workers’ Voice, Vicarious Voice, Power Relations, and Regulation
    • Emmanuel Josserand and Sarah Kaine, 741-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Mantir au travail (Paris : PUF, 2015) Duarte Rolo
    • Frederick Plamondon, 768-
  • Reflexive Labour Law in the World Society (London : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2013) Ralf Rogowski
    • P. Martin Dumas, 769-
  • Détroit pas d’accord pour crever. Une révolution urbaine (Toulouse : Agone, 2015) Dan Georgakas et Marvin Surkin, traduit de l’anglais par Laure Mistral
    • Sari Madi, 771-
  • Building Global Labor Solidarity in a Time of Accelerating Globalization (Chicago : Haymarket Books, 2016) Edited by Kim Scipes
    • Braham Dabscheck, 773-

University of British Columbia Law Review

Volume 49 no. 3 (2016)

ARTICLES

  • Demonstrations and the Law : Patterns of Law’s Negative Effects on the Ground and the Practical Implications
    • Basil S. Alexander, 869-
  • From Development as Disaster to Disaster as Development : Lessons from the Marseille Plague of 1720
    • Saptarishi Bandopadhyay, 931-
  • Why Restrain Alienation of Indigenous Lands?
    • Malcolm Lavoie, 997-
  • The Tsilhqot'in Decision : Lock, Stock and Barrel, Plus Self-Government
    • M. Nickason, 1061-
  • The Unbearable Lightness of Balancing : Towards a Theoretical Framework for the Doctrinal Complexity in Proportionality Analysis in Constitutional Adjudication
    • Iryna Ponomarenko, 1103-