Recent Table of Contents – July 2019

The Advocates’ Quarterly– Volume 50 no. 1 (June 2019)
Canadian Business Law Journal– Volume 62 no. 1 (June 2019)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada– Volume 62 no. 2 (June 2019)
Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne- Volume 67 no. 2 (2019)
The Criminal Law Quarterly– Volume 66 no. 1 & 2 (2018)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series– Volume 91 (2019)
University of British Columbia Law Review– Volume 52 no. 2 (June 2019)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto - Volume 77 no. 1 (Winter 2018)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto- Volume 77 no. 2 (Spring 2019)
Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues/Revue des affaires juridiques et sociales de Windsor - Volume 40 (May 2019)

The Advocates’ Quarterly
Volume 50 no. 1 (June 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Ethical Issues for Judges Attending and Presenting at Conferences
    • Stephen G.A. Pitel, 1-
  • Reviewing the Reviewer : The Role of Appellate Courts in Judicial Review
    • Ashley Bowron, 18-
  • Social Host Liability Revisited – The Continuing Negative Influence of Childs
    • Hillel David and Annette Uetrecht-Bain, 31-
  • Fiduciary Compensation and Passing of Accounts
    • Albert H. Oosterhoff, 54-
  • Social Media Discovery and Civil Litigation in Canada
    • Alexander J. Swabuk, 80-
  • Civil Appeal Routes in Ontario
    • Joshua J.A. Henderson, 88-
  • Structured Settlements and the Role of the Structure Specialist
    • Nadine Paralovos, 102-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 62 no. 1 (June 2019)

ARTICLES

  • “Measure Once, Cut Twice”: : Weyerhaeuser Company Ltd. V. Ontario (Attorney General) and the Interpretation of Indemnities
    • Douglas Sarro and Paul J. Davis, 1-
  • The Limits of Ledcor : Persisiting Problems with the Interpretation of Standard Form Contracts
    • Peter Roy Cotton-O’Brien and Calvin Hancock, 35-
  • As Canadian as Apple Pie : A Critieque of the OSC’s Adoption of Whistleblowing Bounties under Policy 15-601
    • L. Daniel Wilson, 63-
  • Current Approaches to Contractual Interpretation : Ambiguity and Palpable and Overriding Error
    • Arnie Herschorn, 99-

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Fundamental Concepts of Commercial Law : Fifty Years of Reflection (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018) Roy Goode.
    • Anthony Duggan, 119-
  • Misfeasance in a Public Office (Toronto : Thomson Reuters Canada, 2016) Erika Chamberlain.
    • Neil Foster, 125-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 62 no. 2 (June 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Conscience in public administration : More than just a chirping cricket?
    • Mary Kathleen Deutscher, Keith D. Walker, and Peter W.B. Phillips, 181-
  • Navigating the principle of open court in the digital age : The more things change, the more they stay the same
    • Kate Puddister and Tamara A. Small, 202-
  • Comment faire “worker out” la délibération publique dans un contexte de rapports linguistiques complexes : Spécificités des instruments délibératifs au Nouveau-Brunswick
    • Christine Paulin, 225-
  • Cities and places in provincial policy agendas
    • Jacqueline Peterson, Jack Lucas, and Andrew Klain, 249-
  • Multilevel policy from the municipal perspective : A pan-Canadian survey
    • Jack Lucas and Alison Smith, 270-
  • L’élaboration et ls mise en oeuvre des recommendations issues d’évaluations de programmes au gouvernement du Canada
    • Isabelle Bourgeois et Léandre Leblanc, 294-
  • The privatization of housing assistance : Are housing alllowances eroding government accountability?
    • Maroine Bendaoud, 312-
  • Federalism and university governance in Canada
    • Julia Eastman, Glen A. Jones, Olivier Bégin-Caouette, Christian Noumi, and Claude Trottier, 333-

NEW FRONTIER

  • Vile wretches and public heroes : A survey of Canadian whistleblowing literature
    • Ian Bron, 356-

Canadian Tax Journal/Revue fiscal canadienne
Volume 67 no. 2 (2019)

ARTICLES

  • Disputing Denied Downward Transfer-Pricing Adjustments
    • Daniel Sandler and Liza Watzinger, 281-
  • An Empirical Analysis of the Displacement Effect of TFSAs on RRSPs
    • Leslie Berger, Jonathan Farrar, and Lu Zhang, 309-

POLICY FORUM

  • Structural Deficits and Long-Term Fiscal Consequences for the Federal Government – Some Observations and Advice
    • Francis Fong and Fred O’Riordan, 335-

FEATURES

  • Finances of the Nation: Taxation of Top Incomes in Canada – Recent Developments in Rates and Redistribution
    • Michael Smart, 349-
  • Current Cases: (TCC) Loblaw Financial Holdings Inc. v. The Queen; (TCC) Monsell v. The Queen
    • Steve Suarez and Ehsan Wahidie, 363-
  • International Tax Planning: The Stop-Loss Rules and Corporate Reorganizations – Interpretive Challenges
    • Ian Bradley and Jonathan Bright, 383-
  • Personal Tax Planning: GILTI – Introduction to GILTI and Its Application to US Shareholders of Canadian Corporations
    • Michael Pereira, Pinaki Gandhi, and Hena Park, 411-
  • Planification fiscale personnelle: GILTI – Introduction au GILTI et à son application aux actionnaires Américains de sociétés canadiennes
    • Michael Pereira, Pinaki Gandhi et Hena Park, 437-
  • Selected US Tax Developments: Avoiding the “Commercial Activity” Traps for Foreign Sovereigns Investing in US Real Estate
    • Michael J. Miller, 467-
  • Current Tax Reading
    • Co-Editors: Robin Broadway, Kim Brooks, Jinyan Li, and Alan Macnaughton, 481-

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 66 no. 1 & 2 (2018)

EDITORIAL

  • The Peter Khill/Jon Styres Case : Jury Selection and Self-Defence
    • Kent W. Roach, 1-

CRIMINAL APPEALS IN THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA AND FEDERAL CRIMINAL LAW AMENDMENTS

  • Matthew Estabrooks, 6-

ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES

  • Whelan Still Waiting
    • Michael A. Johnston, 19-
  • When in Doubt, Be Compliant : The Social Dynamics of the Right to Silence
    • C. Lindsay Fitzsimmons and Timothy E. Moore, 40-
  • Proceed with Caution : DNA Sampling Upon Arrest
    • Katherine Spensieri, 61-
  • Into the Black II : Ontario Court of Appeal Confirms the Application of the Sixth-Step of Garofoli
    • David Tice, 76-
  • Understanding R. v. Jordan : A New Era for s. 11(b)
    • Chris de Sa, 92-
  • Human Trafficking and Prostitution in Canada – Intersections and Challenges
    • Helena Gluzman, 109-
  • Mock-Jurors’ Self-Reported Understanding of Canadian Judicial Instructions (is not very good)
    • Michelle I. Bertrand and Richard Jochelson, 136-
  • Mandatory Minimum Sentencing for Drug Offences in Canada
    • David MacAlister and Kayla Barkase, 161-
  • Smartphone Searches : A Legal Crossroads Between Charter Rights and Law Enforcement
    • Liam M. Hayes, 195-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 91 (2019)

CANADIAN PLURALISM AND THE CHARTER : MORAL DIVERSITY IN A FREE AND DEMOCRATIC SOCIETY

ARTICLES

  • What Could Go Wrong with Charter Values?
    • The Honourable Justice Peter D. Lauwers, 1-
  • The Intolerant State : The Use and Misuse of Charter Values in the Supreme Court of Canada
    • Mary Anne Waldron, 85-
  • Interpreting Freedom of Thought in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
    • Dwight Newman, 107-
  • Religious Equality : Restoring Section 15’s Hollowed Ground
    • Derek B.M. Ross and Deina Warren, 123-
  • Transformative State Neutrality
    • Anna Su, 159-
  • The Role of the Secular State Vis-à- Vis Religion
    • Janet Epp Buckingham, 187-
  • Inclusive Religious Neutrality : Rearticulating the Relationship Between Sections 2(a) and 15 of The Charter
    • Kristopher E.G. Kinsinger, 219-
  • The Canada Summer Jobs Debate and the Democratic Decline
    • Barry W. Bussey, 245-
  • Canada’s New Hierarchy of Rights
    • Matthew P. Harrington, 297-

University of British Columbia Law Review
Volume 52 no. 2 (June 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Unmixing the Mixed Questions : A Framework for Distinguishing Between Questions of Fact and Questions of Law in Contractual Interpretation
    • Daniele Bertolini, 345-
  • Aboriginal Title and Controlling Liberalization : Use it Like the Crown
    • Sari Graben & Christian Morey, 435-
  • Regulatory Capture and the Role of Academics in Public Policymaking : Lessons from Canada’s Environmental Regulatory Review Process
    • Jason MacLean, 479-
  • Terrorism Sentencing Decisions in Canada since 2001 : Shifting Away from the Fundamental Principle and Towards Cognitive Biases
    • Michael Nesbitt, Robert Oxoby & Meagan Potier, 553-
  • Child Placement and the Legal Claims of Foster Caregivers
    • Wanda Wiegers, 631-
  • Exclusively Yours : Reconsidering Interjurisdictional Immunity
    • Kerry Wilkins, 697-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto
Volume 77 no. 1 (Winter 2018)

ARTICLES

  • How The Charter Can Protect Indigenous Spirituality : Or, The Supreme Court’s Missed Opportunity in Ktunaxa Nation
    • Kent Williams, 1-
  • Fitness to Plead Guilty : The Limited Cognitive Capacity Test and Mentally Disordered Accused
    • Mark Luimes, 29-

BOOK REVIEW

  • A Critique of Proportionality and Balancing (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017) Francisco J. Urbina.
    • Kerry Sun, 46-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto
Volume 77 no. 2 (Spring 2019)

ARTICLES

  • From Rights Recognition to Reconciliation : Reflecting on the Government of Canada’s Proposed Indigenous Rights Recognition Framework
    • Joanne Cave, 59-
  • The Gatekeeper’s Jurisdiction : The Law Society of Ontario and the Promotion of Diversity in the Legal Profession
    • Justin P’Ng, 82-
  • The Foreign Fighter Crisis : A Renewed Canadian Approach
    • Brett Carlson, Samuel Bogetti, Noah Burshtein, 108-
  • Life after Death : Post-Mortem Claims under Section 7 of the Charter
    • Jeffrey Wyngaarden, 137-
  • A Right to Choose : A Critical Review and Defence of the Minimum Performance Principle
    • Ryan Nicholas Howes, 164-

Windsor Review of Legal and Social Issues/Revue des affaires juridiques et sociales de Windsor
Volume40 (May 2019)

ARTICLES

  • Protecting Food Security as a Socio-Economic Right in Ethiopia
    • Rachel Zuroff, 1-
  • The Milkmaid’s Tale : Veganism, Feminism, and Dystopian Food Futures
    • Angela Lee, 27-
  • Re(de)fining Prostitution and Sex Work : Conceptual Clarity for Legal Thinking
    • Debra Haak, 67-
  • Freedom of Association and Indigenous Governance
    • Kate Scallion, 113-
  • Mind the (Liability) Gap : The Relevance of the Duty of Care to Hold Transnational Corporations Accountable
    • Adeline Michoud, 141-
  • Wait and See : Regulating Ontario’s Litigation Lending and Commercial Litigation Funding Markets
    • Josh Taylor, 178-