Recent Table of Contents – February 2018

The Advocate’s Quarterly – Volume 47 no. 4 (December 2017)
Canadian Bar Review/Revue du barreau canadien – Volume 93 (2015)
Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada – Volume 37 no. 1 (December 2017)
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale – Volume 60 no. 1 (January 2018)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 50 no. 5 (December 2017)
Canadian Journal of Family Law/Revue canadienne de droit familial – Volume 30 no. 2 (2017)
Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue canadienne droit et société – Volume 32 no. 3 (2017)
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit – Volume 29 no. 2 (2017)
Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques – Volume 43 no. 4 (December 2017)
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne – Volume65 no. 4 (2017)
Journal of Environmental Law and Practice – Volume 31 no. 1 (December 2017)
McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill – Volume 62 no. 4 (June 2017)
Queen’s Law Journal – Volume 43 no. 1 (Fall 2017)
University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de Droit de université du Nouveau-Brunswick – Volume 68 (2017)
University of Toronto Law Journal – Volume 68 no. 1 (Winter 2018)

The Advocate’s Quarterly
Volume 47 no. 4 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Commercial Arbitration from Commencement to Hearing : Practical and Legal Considerations
    • Joel Richler, 387-
  • A Capacity Law Primer for the Family Law lawyer
    • Lonny J. Rose and Erin Dobbelsteyn, 439-
  • Independent Legal Advice : Risks Associated with “ILA” Where Undue Influence and Capacity are Complicating Factors
    • Kimberly A. Whaley, 459-
  • Should Canada Adopt Some of the Proposals Listed in the February 2017 European Parliament Resolution on Civil Law Rules on Robotics?
    • Matthew E. Castel and Jean-Gabriel Castel, 500-

Canadian Bar Review/Revue du barreau canadien
Volume 93 (2015)

ARTICLES

  • The Paper Tigress : Canadian Obscenity Law 20 Years After R v Butler
    • Janine Benedet, 1-
  • Section 9 and Second Families
    • Elliot S. Birnboim and Daniella Murynka, 39-
  • Les appels administratifs au Canada
    • Paul Daly, 71-
  • Crowd-Funding Offers Under Canadian and US Securities Regulation : Will an Exemption Work?
    • Mark Gillen and Diana Pogorski, 107-
  • Roadmap for a Truly Canadian Legal Education
    • Aline Grenon, 183-
  • The Impact of Legal Traditions on Quebec Procedural Law : Lessons from Quebec’s New Code of Civil Procedure
    • Rosalie Jukier, 211-
  • Le droit à l’avocat, une histoire d’argent
    • Emmanuelle Bernheim et Richard-Alexandre Laniel, 251-
  • Minor Matters : Ensuring the Enforceability of Contracts with Minors in the Entertainment Industry
    • Meaghan Mahadeo, 277-
  • The Meaning of “Religion” and The Role of the Courts in the Adjudication of Religious Matters : An English and Canadian Comparison
    • MH Ogilvie, 303-
  • The Changing Landscape of Corporate Legal Practice : An Empirical Study of Lawyers in Large Corporate Law Firms
    • Ronit Dinovitzer, High Gunz and Sally Gunz, 345-
  • Préclusion, res judicata et préclusion découlant d’une question déjà tranchée : des éclaircissements s’imposent!
    • Edith Charbonneau, 373-
  • Balancing the Rights of Migrants and International Criminal Law : The Case of Alleged Rwandan War Criminals Under Canada’s Immigration Laws
    • Philippe Larochelle and Sébastien Chartrand, 411-
  • The Law Practice Program : Tackling Racial Inequality in the Legal Profession?
    • Michelle Flaherty and Alain Roussy, 437-
  • Out of The Shadows : A Comparative Assessment of the Role of Victims at the International Criminal Court and in Canada
    • Benjamin Perrin, 461-
  • Divulgation de l’information génétique en assurances
    • Shahad Salman, Ida Ngueng Feze, Yann Joly, 503-
  • Three Recent Cases Confirm Canadian Approach to Church Property Disputes
    • MH Ogilvie, 539-
  • “An Unconscionable Thing for the One to do Towards the Other” : The Doctrine of Fraudulent Concealment
    • Bevan Brooksbank, 551-
  • Blurred Lines of Intoxication and Insanity : An Examination of the Treatment at Law of Accused Persons Found to Have Committed Criminal Acts While in States of Substance-Associated Psychosis, Where Intoxication was Voluntary
    • Michelle S. Lawrence and Simon Verdun-Jones, 573-
  • L’aide médicale à mourir à la croisée des chemins : perspectives de droit comparé à la suite de l’arrêt Carter
    • Marie Annik Grégoire, 613-
  • The Cost of Seeking Civil Justice in Canada
    • Noel Semple, 641-
  • Une Conceptualisation Novatrice de la Diffamation en Droit Privé à la Lueur de la Charte des Droits et Libertés de la Personne et du Code Civil du Québec
    • Mariève Lacroix, 677-
  • Shield or Shackles : The Pitfalls of Stronger Dispute Resolution Provisions in Insurance Legislation
    • Elizabeth Adjin-Tettey, 723-
  • Systemic Incoherence in Criminal Justice : Failing to Treat Like Cases Alike
    • Gerald TG Seniuk, 749-
  • The Canada Not-For-Profit Corporations Act and Quebec Trust Law : A New Opportunity for Quebec Donors
    • Troy McEachren and Christos Panagopoulos, 795-
  • Good Faith as an Organizing Principle in Contract Law : Bhasin v Hrynew - Two Steps Forward and One Look Back
    • Joseph T. Robertson, 811-

CASE COMMENTS

  • The Admissibility of International Legal Opinion Evidence After R v Appulonappa/R v Appulonappa et al, 2014 BCCA 163, (2014), 11 CR (7th) 154
    • Micah B. Rankin, 329-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • International Law Chiefly as Interpreted and Applied in Canada, 8th edition (Toronto : Emond Montgomery, 2014) Edited by Hugh M. Kindred et al
    • Gib van Ert, 341-
  • The Law of Refugee Status, 2nd edition (Cambridge, United Kingdom : Cambridge University Press, 2014) James Hathaway and Michelle Foster
    • Angus Grant, 569-
  • Aboriginal Consultation, Environmental Assessment and Regulatory Review (Regina : University of Regina Press, 2013) Kirk Lamprecht
    • Brian McLeod, 807-

Canadian Family Law Quarterly/Cahier trimestriel de droit de la famille Canada
Volume 37 no. 1 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Canada’s Mother-Child Program and Incarcerated Aboriginal Mothers : How and Why the Program is Inaccessible to Aboriginal Female Offenders
    • Kayliah Miller, 1-
  • Provocation to Collaboration : An Examination of Affidavits in Custody and Access Matters and Alternative Models
    • Meaghan M.O. Storey, 25-
  • Parenting Capacity Assessment as a Colonial Strategy
    • Peter Choate and Gabrielle Lindstrom, 41-

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale
Volume 60 no. 1 (January 2018)

ARTICLES

  • A Unique Response to Offenders with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder : Perceptions of the Alexis FASD Justice Program
    • Katherine Flannigan, Jacqueline Pei, Carmen Rasmussen, Sandra Potts, and Teresa O’Riordan, 1-
  • A Nationwide Survey of Child Interviewing Practices in Canada
    • Sonja P. Brubacher, Kim Roberts, Barry Cooper, Heather Price, Lynn Barry, and McKenzie Vanderloon, 34-
  • Détermination de la peine dans le système de justice pénale pour adolescents : examen des dilemmes éthiques vécus par les acteurs judiciaires québécois
    • Isabelle Linteau, Denis Lafortune et Chloé Leclerc, 69-
  • A Different Lens? How Ethnic Minority Media Cover Crime
    • Aziz Douai and Barbara Perry, 96-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • Re-examining the Relationship between Age and Confidence in the Police in Canada
    • Natasha S. Madon, 122-

BOOK REVIEWS

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 50 no. 5 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • A celebration : The 50th anniversary of the Canadian Economics Association
    • Charles Beach, Nancy Gallini and Francisco Ruge-Murcia, 1195-
  • Economic research in Canada : Evolution and convergence
    • James A. Brander and Gregor W. Smith, 1197-
  • Wealth inequality : Theory, measurement and decomposition
    • James B. Davies, Nicole M. Fortin and Thomas Lemieux, 1224-
  • Canadian economics research on immigration through the lens of theories of justice
    • David A. Green and Christopher Worswick, 1262-
  • Canadian contributions to family economics
    • Shelly Lundberg and Aloysius Siow, 1304-
  • From theory to practice : Canadian economists’ contributions to public finance
    • Bev Dahlby and Kevin Milligan, 1324-
  • The impressive contribution of Canadian economists to fiscal federalism theory and policy
    • Robin Boadway and Katherine Cuff, 1348-
  • Environmental and resource economics : A Canadian retrospective
    • Brian R. Copeland and M. Scott Taylor, 1381-
  • Oligopoly in international trade : Rise, fall and resurgence
    • Keith Head and Barbara J. Spencer, 1414-
  • Empirical models of firms and industries
    • Victor Aguirregabiria and Margaret Slade, 1445-
  • The rise of economics in competition policy : A Canadian perspective
    • Marcel Boyer, Thomas W. Ross and Ralph A. Winter, 1489-
  • The Canadian border and the US dollar : The impact of exchange rate changes on US retailers
    • Zhe Chen, Michael B. Devereux and Beverly Lapham, 1525-
  • Canadian inflation targeting
    • Paul Beaudry and Francisco Ruge-Murcia, 1556-
  • Can EconJobMarket help Canadian universities?
    • Kim Nguyen, Michael Peters and Michel Poitevin, 1573-
  • Advances in specification testing
    • Russell Davidson and Victoria Zinde-Walsh, 1595-
  • Contributions to Canadian economic history : The last 30 years
    • Gillian C. Hamilton, Ian Keay and Frank D. Lewis, 1632-

Canadian Journal of Family Law/Revue canadienne de droit familia
Volume 30 no. 2 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • Is It Time to Tell? Abolishing Donor Anonymity in Canada
    • Fiona Kelly, 173-
  • Beyond Beyond Conjugality
    • Brenda Cossman and Bruce Ryder, 227-

CASE COMMENT

  • Townshend v. Townshend & Buttar v. Buttar : Gifts, Exclusions, and Intentions
    • Jonathan Robinson, 265-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • A Parent-Partner Status for American Family Law (New York : Cambridge University Press, 2015) Merle H. Weiner
    • Frances E. Chapman, 293-
  • L’essentiel du droit de la famille dans les provinces et territoires de common law au Canada (Cowansville : Éditions Yvon Blais, 2014) Nicole Laviolette and Julie Audet
    • Régine Tremblay, 313-

Canadian Journal of Law & Society/Revue canadienne droit et société
Volume 32 no. 3 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • L’interprétation multiforme du multiculturalisme par les tribunaux canadiens (1981-2015)
    • François Rocher et Nikola Brassard-Dion, 307-
  • Litigating Parentage : Equality Rights, LGBTQ Mobilization and Ontario’s All Families Are Equal Act
    • Dave Snow, 329-
  • Sortir de la violence : La Commission de vérité et de réconciliation du Canada sur les pensionnats indiens
    • Brieg Capitaine, 349-
  • When My Community Met the Other : Competing Concepts of “Community” in Restorative Justice
    • Won Kyung Chang, 371-
  • Criminal Justice Policy during the Harper Era : Private Member’s Bills, Penal Populism, and the Criminal Code of Canada
    • James B. Kelly and Kate Puddister, 391-
  • Snark Hunting in Canadian Law : Art and Authenticity
    • Josh Nelson and Adie Nelson, 417-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Looking for Ashley : Re-reading What the Smith Case Reveals about the Governance of Girls, Mothers and Families in Canada (Brantford : Demeter Press, 2015) Rebecca Jaremko Bromwich
    • Sophie Cousineau, 439-
  • La lutte pour la pleine reconnaissance des droits ancestraux. Problématique juridique et enquête philosophique (Montréal : Éditions Yvon Blais, 2015) Maxime St-Hilaire
    • Sébastien Brodeur-Girard, 442-
  • Études de sociologie du droit et de l’éthique, 2e éd. (Montréal : Thémis, 2016) Guy Rocher
    • Louis-Philippe Jannard, 445-


Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit
Volume 29 no. 2 (2017)

SPECIAL ISSUE
COMMEMORATING THE WORK OF PROFESSOR NICOLE LAVIOLETTE / COMMÉMORATION DES TRAVAUX DE LA PROFESSEURE NICOLE LAVIOLETTE

INTRODUCTION

  • Lisa Hébert, Ross Pattee, and Neil Grungras, i-

ARTICLES

  • Interview with Lisa Hébert about Capital Rainbow Refuge
    • Angela Cameron, 221-
  • Refugee Claims and Criminalization of Same-Sex Intimacy : The Case of Sebastiao
    • Nicholas Hersh, 227-
  • Sexual Orientation in Canada’s Revised Refugee Determination System : An Empirical Snapshot
    • Sean Rehaag, 259-
  • Denying Refugee Protection to LGBTQ and Marginalized Persons : A Retrospective Look at State Protection in Canadian Refugee Law
    • Jamie Chai Yun Liew, 290-
  • Quand de droit international des droits de l’Homme et le droit canadien des réfugiés LGBTQ+ convergent
    • France Houle et Karine MacAllister, 317-
  • Publicly Manifested—Fatefully Determined—Invariably “Discreet” : The Assessment of Sexuality-Based Asylum Claims in Germany and France
    • Janna Wessels, 343-
  • Criminalization on the Basis of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity : Reframing the Dominant Human Rights Discourse to include Freedom from Torture and Inhuman and Degrading Treatment
    • Melanie Bejzyk, 375-

NOTE ON CANADIAN EVENTS

  • Les dénonciations publiques d’agressions sexuelles : du mauvais usage de la présomption d’innocence
    • Michaël Lessard, 401-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Marriage by Force? Contestation over Consent and Coercion in Africa (Athens, OH : Ohio University Press, 2016) Annie Bunting, Benjamin N. Lawrence, and Richard L. Roberts, eds., foreword by Doris Buss, afterword by Emily S. Burrill
    • Lucinda Vandervort, 431-
  • We Still Demand! Redefining Resistance in Sex and Gender Struggles (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2017) Patrizia Gentile, Gary Kinsman, and L. Pauline Rankin, eds.
    • Josephine L. Savarese, 439-

Canadian Public Policy/Analyse de politiques
Volume 43 no. 4 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Economic Well-Being of Canadian Children
    • Peter Burton and Shelley Phipps, 299-
  • Distributional Impacts of Canada’s Tax-Free Savings Accounts
    • Ashraf Al Zaman, 331-
  • Does Quebec Have the Right Gasoline Tax? An Empirical Investigation
    • Jérémie Dorval and Philippe Barla, 350-
  • The Credibility Chasm in Policy Research from Academics, Think Tanks, and Advocacy Organizations
    • Carey Doberstein, 363-
  • Canada 150 : Canadian Social Scientists and the Making of Public Policy since Confederation
    • Robert W. Dimand, 376-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume65 no. 4 (2017)

ARTICLES

  • The Role of Contract Interpretation in Transfer-Pricing Law : Lessons from Canada
    • Amir Pichhadze, 849-
  • American Professions in Canada
    • Kevyn Nightingale, 893-

POLICY FORUM

  • The Tax Gap from the Perspective of Tax Practitioners
    • Shawn Porter and Larry Chapman, 939-

FINANCES OF THE NATION

  • Tax Subsidies for R & D in Canada, 1981-2016
    • Daria Crisan and Kenneth J. McKenzie, 951-

CURRENT CASES

  • (TCC) 1245989 Alberta Ltd. v. The Queen; (TCC) Fiducie Financière Satoma c. La Reine
    • Co-Editors: Ryan L. Morris and Michael D. Templeton, 983-

INTERNATIONAL TAX PLANNING

  • Paid-Up Capital of Shares Held by a Functional-Currency Reporter : How Do We Resolve the Conflicts?
    • Tim Wach, 1001-

PERSONAL TAX PLANNING

  • Voluntary Disclosure : Do It Before You Die
    • Michael Citrome and Roxanne Wong, 1021-

PLANIFICATION FISCALE PERSONNELLE

  • Divulgation volontaire : Mieux vaut la faire avant de mourir
    • Michael Citrome et Roxanne Wong, 1047-

SELECTED US TAX DEVELOPMENTS

  • Impact of US Tax Reform on Cross-Border M & A
    • Peter A. Glicklich and Michael J. Miller, 1077-

CURRENT TAX READING

  • Co-Editors: Robin Boadway, Kim Brooks, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 1087-

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice
Volume 31 no. 1 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Canadian Financial Assurance Frameworks for the Remediation of Mining Sites : An Assessment of Ontario’s, British Columbia’s and Quebec’s Schemes and Three Potential Reform Initiatives
    • Etienne Ravilet Guzman, 1-
  • Reflexive Approaches to Lawmaking to Legitimize Environmental Bridging Organizations in the Calgary Region
    • Judy Stewart, 37-
  • Access and Benefit Sharing, Canadian and Aboriginal Research Ethics Policy After the Nagoya Protocol : Digital DNA and Transformations in Biotechnology
    • Chidi Oguamanam & Vipal Jain, 79-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill
Volume 62 no. 4 (June 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Conditions géographiques de mise en liberté et de probation imposées aux manifestants : une atteinte injustifiée aux droits à la liberté d’expression, de réunion pacifique et d’association
    • Marie-Eve Sylvestre, Francis Villeneuve Ménard, Véronique Fortin, Céline Bellot et Nicholas Blomley, 923-
  • Understanding Fiduciary Duties and Relationship Fiduciarity
    • Leonard I. Rotman, 975-
  • Le contrat de prestations logistiques
    • Kamelia Kolli et Stéphane Rousseau, 1043-

WAINRIGHT LECTURES

  • Le marchand de Venise : le pari et la dette, le jeu et la loi
    • François Ost, 1103-
  • Les luttes de clocher en droit comparé
    • Giorgio Resta, 1153-

MCGILL LAW JOURNAL ANNUAL LECTURE SERIES

  • The Next Dada Utopian Visioning Peace Orchestra : Constitutional Theory and the Aspirational
    • Mari Matsuda, 1203-

SPEECH

  • Follow the Drinking Gourd : Our Road to Teaching Critical Race Theory and Slavery and the Law, Contemplatively, at McGill
    • Adelle Blackett, 1251-

BOOK NOTE

  • Farr & Beyond : Lawyers for the Otherworldly (Toronto : Wall & Emerson, 2016) Kenneth M. Smookler
    • Simon Stern, 1281-

Queen’s Law Journal
Volume 43 no. 1 (Fall 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Justice for (W)all : Judicial Review and Religion
    • Patrick Hart, 1-
  • R v Bingley and the Importance of Scientifically Guided Legal Analysis
    • Jason M Chin & Helena Likwornik, 33-
  • The Role of Religion in the Law of Royal Succession in Canada and Australia
    • Luke Beck, 53-
  • Self-Defence and the Constitution
    • Colton Fehr, 85-
  • Judicial Confidentiality in Canada
    • Stephen GA Pitel & Liam Ledgerwood, 123-
  • Change in Paradigm or Change in Paradox? Gladue Report Practices and Access to Justice
    • Alexandra Hebert, 149-
  • Translating the Conflict over Trinity Western University’s Proposed Law School
    • Blair Major, 175-

REVIEW

  • Freedom and Indigenous Constitutionalism (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) John Borrows
    • Mark Walters, 217-

University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de Droit de université du Nouveau-Brunswick
Volume 68 (2017)

PART I: IVAN C. RAND MEMORIAL LECTURE AND PANEL

  • Selecting Supreme Court justices : is Trudeau’s sunny way a better way?
    • Peter H. Russell, 3-
  • Reforming judicial appointments : change and challenge
    • Rosemary Cairns Way, 18-
  • Le bilinguisme : une exigence raisonnable et essentielle pour la nomination des juges à la Cour Suprême du Canada
    • Michel Doucet, 30-
  • Virtues and shortcomings in constitutional dynamism : commentary on Prime Minister Trudeau’s 2016 creation of an independent advisory board for Supreme Court of Canada appointments and on the instructions for making recommendations for appointment
    • John D. Whyte, 36-
  • The false dichotomy between regional representation and other forms of diversity : reimagining a representative court
    • A. Wayne MacKay, 46-

PART II: KEYNOTE: VISCOUNT BENNETT MEMORIAL LECTURE

  • A judiciary cleaved : superior courts, statutory courts and the illogic of difference
    • David Stratas, 54-

PART III: FORUM – ISSUES IN ADMINISTRATIVE AND CONSTITUTIONAL LAW

  • The signal and the noise in administrative law
    • Paul Daly, 67-
  • The time has come : standard of review in Canadian administrative law
    • Jonathan M. Coady, 87-
  • Renovating judicial review
    • Matthew Lewans, 109-
  • Identifying the review standard : administrative deference in a nutshell
    • Joseph T. Robertson, 145-
  • Bungled police emergency calls and the problems with unique duties of care
    • Bruce Feldthusen, 169-
  • The complicated intersection of politics, administrative and constitutional law in Nunavut’s environmental impacts assessment regime
    • Daniel W. Dylan, 202-
  • Perfectly legal, but still bad : lessons for sex work from the decriminalization of abortion
    • Jula Hughes, 232-
  • The right tool for the job? : freedom of association under provincial human rights codes
    • Keir Vallance, 254-
  • Some initial thoughts on Wilson v. Atomic Energy of Canada Ltd and Edmonton (City) v. Edmonton East (Capilano) Shopping Centres Ltd
    • Diana Ginn, 285-
  • Revisiting the application of Section 7 of the Charter in immigration and refugee protection
    • Gerald Heckman, 312-

PART IV: COMMENT

  • The duty of fairness in the investigative stage of the administrative proceedings
    • Lucie LaBoissonnière, 357-

PART V: STUDENT SUBMISSION

  • Maritime law : sovereignty in the Arctic
    • Kyle Mercer, 365-

University of Toronto Law Journal
Volume 68 no. 1 (Winter 2018)

TRANSFIGURING JUSTICE : TRANS PEOPLE AND THE LAW

ARTICLES

  • Don’t be so hateful : The insufficiency of anti-discrimination and hate crime laws in improving trans well-being
    • Florence Ashley, 1-
  • Gender identity, gender pronouns, and freedom of expression : Bill C-16 and the traction of specious legal claims
    • Brenda Cossman, 37-
  • The origins of gender identity and gender expression in Anglo-American legal discourse
    • Kyle Kirkup, 80-
  • The banishment of Isaac : Racial signifiers of gender performance
    • Ido Katri, 118-

REVIEW ARTICLES

  • The definitive article
    • Alice Ristroph, 140-
  • Thinking like a private lawyer
    • Christopher Essert, 166-