Recent Table of Contents – October 2018

Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique – Volume 31 no. 3 (September 2018)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 51 no. 1 (February 2018)
Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit – Volume 30 no. 2 (2018)
Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 30 no. 3 September 2018
Journal of Environmental Law and Practice – Volume 32 no. 1 (September 2018)
University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de Droit de université du Nouveau-Brunswick - Volume 69 (2018)


Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique - Volume 31 no. 3 (September 2018)

ARTICLES

  • What is a “reasonable decision”?
    • Yves-Marie Morissette, 225-
  • The More the Merrier? : Revisiting Interpretive Pluralism in Canadian Administrative Law
    • Iryna Ponomarenko, 253-
  • Canadian Administrative Law and Good Governance
    • Léonid Sirota, 285-
  • Al-Supported Adjudicators : Should Artificial Intelligence Have a Role in Tribunal Adjudication?
    • Jesse Beatson, 307-

CASE COMMENT

  • Right and Wrong on the Scope of Judicial Review : Highwood Congregation of Jehovah’s Witness (Judicial Committee) v. Wall
    • Paul Daly, 339-

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 51 no. 1 (February 2018)

VIEWPOINT

  • Welfare economics, risk and uncertainty
    • Marc Fleurbaey, 5-

ARTICLES

  • Peacekeeping : A strategic approach
    • Max Blouin, 41-
  • Delegation to a possibly ignorant agent
    • Aggey Semenov, 64-
  • How do selling mechanisms affect profits, surplus, capacity and prices with unknown demand?
    • Patrick Hummel, 94-
  • Heterogeneity in the dynamic effects of uncertainty on investment
    • Sung Je Byun and Soojin Jo, 127-
  • A theory on the role of wholesalers in international trade based on economies of scope
    • Anders Akerman, 156-
  • Health spending, savings and fertility in a lifecycle-dynastic model with longevity externalities
    • Siew Ling Yew and Jie Zhang, 186-
  • Do peers affect childhood obesity outcomes? Peer-effect analysis in public schools
    • Jebaraj Asirvatham, Michael R. Thomsen, Rodolfo M. Nayga, Jr., and Heather L. Rouse, 216-
  • Intra-household allocation of parental leave
    • Paula E. Gobbi, Juliane Parys, and Gregor Schwerhoff, 236-
  • Stock vesting conditions, control benefits and managerial replacement
    • Meg Adachi-Sato, 275-

Canadian Journal of Women and the Law/Revue femmes et droit
Volume 30 no. 2 (2018)

SPECIAL ISSUE – REWRITING EQUALITY II / RÉCRIRE L’ÉGALITÉ II     

JUDGMENTS

  • Reference re: Andrews v Law Society of British Columbia
    • Melina Buckley, 197-
  • R v Kapp
    • Jena McGill, 221-
  • R v Kapp
    • Kasari Govender and C. Tess Sheldon, 248-
  • R v Kapp
    • Sonia Lawrence, 268-
  • Alberta v Hutterian Brethren of Wilson Colony
    • Jennifer Koshan and Jonnette Watson Hamilton, 292-
  • R v JA
    • Jennifer Koshan, 323-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Feminist Judgments of Aotearoa New Zealand : Te Rino : A Two-Stranded Rope (Portland, OR : Hart Publishing, 2017) Elisabeth McDonald, Rhonda Powell, Māmari Stephens & Rosemary Hunter, eds.
    • Rosemary Cairns Way, 359-

Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle
Volume 30 no. 3 September 2018

COMMENTS

  • Deciding
    • Roger T. Hughes, 329-
  • Patents and Precedent in the Canadian Federal Courts
    • David Vaver, 341-

ARTICLES

  • Harold Fox Lecture 2018 : The Use Requirement in Canadian and European Trademark Law
    • Richard Arnold, 351-
  • U.S. Court Thumbs Its Nose at Supreme Court of Canada : Google v. Equustek
    • Barry Sookman, 375-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Creativity Without Law : Challenging the Assumptions of Intellectual Property (New York, New York : New York University Press, 2017) Kate Darling & Aaron Perzanowski
    • Elizabeth L. Rosenblatt, 407-

Journal of Environmental Law and Practice
Volume 32 no. 1 (September 2018)

SPECIAL CONFERFENCE ISSUE

ARTICLES

  • Climate Change, Big Data Revolution and Data Privacy Rights
    • Astrid Kalkbrenner, 1-
  • Paris is a Progressive Fairy Tale : In Praise of American Withdrawal
    • Bruce Pardy, 19-
  • How Important is Climate Change When It Comes to Authorizing Development Projects? A Preliminary Assessment of the “Climate Test” in Québec’s New Environmental Authorization Scheme
    • Géraud de Lassus St-Geniès, 35-
  • Paris and Pipelines? Canada’s Climate Policy Puzzle
    • Jason MacLean, 47-
  • Canada’s Contribution to International Climate Finance : The Right Direction, a Long Way to Go
    • Patricia G. Ferreira, 75-
  • On Thin Ice : Meeting Canada’s Paris Climate Commitments
    • Andrew Green, 99-

University of New Brunswick Law Journal/Revue de Droit de université du Nouveau-Brunswick
Volume69 (2018)

EDITORS’ PREFACE

  • Catherine Hutchens & Kelcie White, 1-

PART I: VISCOUNT BENNETT MEMORIAL LECTURE

  • The Rule of Law in an Age of Fear
    • Dennis Edney, 3-

PART II: IVAN C. RAND MEMORIAL LECTURE

  • Citizenship, Non-Citizenship and the Rule of Law
    • Audrey Macklin, 19-

PART III: FORUM – RIGHTS IN TIMES OF CHALLENGE

  • Bill C-59 and the Former Bill C-22 : Compromised Oversight and Continuing Threats to Non-Derogable Rights
    • Ryan Alford, 57-
  • Protecting the Right to Privacy in Digital Devices : Reasonable Search on Arrest and at the Border
    • Robert Diab, 96-
  • Gender Identity : Developments in the Law and Human Rights Protections
    • Brenda Picard, 126-
  • The Spies Who Hate Us : Official Misdeeds and Sowing Distrust in Canadian National Security
    • Faisal Bhabha, 160-
  • How Indigenous Legal Principles Created the Largest Settlement in Canadian Legal History : The Untold Story
    • Kathleen Mahoney, 198-
  • Canada and International Human Rights Law at 150 : A Journey in Three Parts
    • Anne Warner La Forest, 233-
  • The Quest for Justice for Victims of Terrorism : International Law and the Immunity of States in Canada
    • Karinne Coombes, 251-
  • Indigenous Rights and Claims for Freedom in Settler States
    • Dimitrios Panagos, 305-
  • What is Islamophobia?
    • Reem Bahdi and Azeezah Kanji, 322-

PART IV: COMMENT

  • A Practitioner’s Innovative Response to Abella’s Call to Reform Judicial Review
    • Twila Reid, Amanda Whitehead, and Jessica Habet, 361-
  • Private Property Interests in Shoreline Land in Newfoundland & Labrador
    • Gregory French, 382-

PART V: STUDENT SUBMISSION

  • Losing My Freedom : The Court in Weber Erred by Adopting the Exclusive Jurisdiction Model for Charter Claims Arising from Collective Agreements
    • Andrew Kinley, 394-