Recent Table of Contents – December 2018

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law – Volume 4 no. 1 (2018)
Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale – Volume 60 no. 4 (October 2018)
Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique – Volume 51 no. 4 (November 2018)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada – Volume 61 no. 3 (September 2018)
Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 31 no. 1 (November 2018)
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – (2018) Special Issue
Manitoba Law Journal – Volume 41 no. 3 (2018) Special Issue
Manitoba Law Journal – Volume 41 no. 4 (2018) Special Issue
Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles – Volume 22 no. 3 (October 2017)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 86 (2018)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto - Volume 74 no. 1 (Winter 2016)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto - Volume 75 no. 1 (Fall 2016)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto - Volume 75 no. 2 (Winter 2017)
University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto - Volume 76 no. 1 (Winter 2018)

Canadian Journal of Comparative and Contemporary Law
Volume 4, no. 1 (2018)

PRIVACY, IDENTITY, AND CONTROL : EMERGING ISSUES IN DATA PROTECTION

FOREWORD

  • Justice Rosalie Silberman Abella, Supreme Court of Canada, i-

ARTICLES

  • Regaining Digital Privacy? The New “Right to be Forgotten” and Online Expression
    • Fiona Brimblecombe & Gavin Phillipson, 1-
  • Equality at Stake : Connecting the Privacy/Vulnerability Cycle to the Debate about Publicly Accessible Online Court Records
    • Jacquelyn Burkell & Jane Bailey, 67-
  • Privacy by Design by Regulation : The Case Study of Ontario
    • Avner Levin, 115-
  • Abandoning The “High Offensiveness” Privacy Test
    • N.A. Moreham, 161-
  • Regulating Surveillance : Suggestions for a Possible Way Forward
    • Moira Paterson, 193-
  • “A Virtual ‘Puppet’” : Performance and Privacy in the Digital Age
    • Megan Richardson, 231-
  • Information Brokers, Fairness, and Privacy in Publicly Accessible Information
    • Andrea Slane, 249-
  • When is Personal Data “About” or “Relating to” an Individual? A Comparison of Australian, Canadian, and EU Data Protection and Privacy Laws
    • Normann Witzleb & Julian Wagner, 293-

Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice/Revue canadienne de criminologie et de justice pénale
Volume 60 no. 4 (October 2018)

ARTICLES

  • What’s in a Name? Shifting Identities of Traditional Organized Crime in Canada in the Transnational Fight against the Calabrian ‘Ndrangheta
    • Anna Sergi, 427-
  • Comprendre les interactions des vendeurs de drogues illicites sur les forums de discussion des cryptomarchés
    • Masarah Paquet-Clouston, Cateline Autixier, David Décary-Hétu, 455-
  • Police Encounters and Experiences among Youths and Adults Who Use Drugs : Qualitative and Quantitative Findings of a Cross-Sectional Study in Victoria, British Columbia
    • Alissa Greer, Justin Sorge, Kimberly Sharpe, Daniel Bear, Scott Macdonald, 478-
  • The Influence of Witness Intoxication, Witness Race, and Defendant Race on Mock Juror Decision Making
    • Logan Ewanation, Evelyn Maeder, 505-
  • Risk Terrains of Illicit Drug Activities in Durham Region, Ontario
    • Ismail Onat, Davut Akca, Mehmet Fatih Bastug, 537-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • Qualitatively Unpacking Canadian Public Safety Personnel Experiences of Trauma and Their Well-Being
    • Rose Ricciardelli, R. Nicholas Carleton, Dianne Groll, Heidi Cramm, 566-

BOOK REVIEWS

Book reviews published in association with the October 2018 issue, vol. 60 no. 4, see https://www.ccja-acjp.ca/pub/en/news/new-book-reviews/

Canadian Journal of Economics/Revue canadienne d’économique
Volume 51, no. 4 (November 2018)

PRESIDENTIAL ADDRESS

  • The political econonmy of university education in Canada
    • Frances Woolley, 1061-

INNIS LECTURE

  • Authoritarian elites
    • Adlai Newson and Francesco Trebbi, 1088-

ARTICLES

  • Foreign R&D satellites as a medium for the international diffusion of knowledge
    • Joel Blit, 1118-
  • Greenfield versus merger and acquisition FDI : Same wine, differenct bottles?
    • Ronald B. Davies, Rodolphe Desbordes and Anna Ray, 1151-
  • The impact of climate on the law of one price : A test using North American food prices from the 1920s
    • Bruce Cater and Byron Lew, 1191-
  • On the effects of unilateral environmental policy on offshoring in multi-stage production processes
    • Oliver Schenker, Simon Koesler and Andreas Löschel, 1221-
  • Learning, prices and firm dynamics
    • Paulo Bastos, Daniel A. Dias and Olga A. Timoshenko, 1257-
  • The causal impact of migration on US trade : Evidence from political refugees
    • Walter Steingress, 1312-
  • Firms’ timing of production with heterogeneous consumers
    • Cong Pan, 1339-
  • Instability of endogenous price dispersion equilibria : A simulation
    • Lucas Herrenbrueck, 1363-
  • Group income and individual preferences for redistribution
    • Jeff Quattrociocchi, 1386-
  • On publication, refereeing and working hard
    • Sascha Baghestanian and Sergey V. Popov, 1419-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 61, no. 3 (September 2018)

EDITOR’S INTRODUCTION

  • Evert A. Lindquist, 315-

ARTICLES

  • Who do you know in the PMO? Lobbying the Prime Minister’s Office in Canada
    • Maxime Boucher, 317-
  • The Grandview-Woodland Citizens’ Assembly : An experiment in municipal planning
    • Edana Beauvais, 341-
  • Punching below its weight : Canadian public administration scholarship on the world stage
    • Étienne Charbonneau, Luc Bernier, Nicholas Bautista-Beauchesne, 361-
  • The global relevance of Canadian public administration? A bibliometric research note
    • Eric Zeemering, 385-
  • Commentaries on “Punching below its weight” : and “The global relevance of Canadian public administration?”
    • Michael Howlett, Susan D. Phillips, Alasdair Robert, Evert Lindquist, 407-
  • An uncomfortable conversation : Reflections on “Punching below its weight” and “The glocal relevance of Canadian public administration?”
    • Susan D. Phillips, 411-
  • Is this a club we want to join? Reflections on “Punching below its weight” and “The global relevance of Canadian public administration”
    • Alasdair Roberts, 416-
  • From an uncomfortable conversation to a productive strategic dialogue
    • Evert A. Lindquist, 420-

RESEARCH NOTES

  • Lessons from the evidence on evidence-based policy
    • Richard French, 425-
  • Twinned careers : Public sector practitioners in public administration teaching and research
    • Michael A. O’Neill, John K. Wilkins, 443-

NEW FRONTIERS

  • The public sector challenged by acceleration
    • Isabelle Fortier, Marc-Antoine Therrien, 462-

Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle
Volume 31 no. 1 (November 2018)

INTRODUCTION

  • The Best Artisan : A Tribute in Honour of Professor David Vaver
    • Giuseppina D’Agostino, 1-

COMMENTS

  • Intellectual Property Symposium : Fuel for the Fire of a Genius or Shelf Life of a Banana
    • Hon. Marshall Rothstein, 11-
  • Overlap and Redundancy (Redundancy) in Intellectual Property
    • Hon. Roger T. Hughes, 19-
  • Science and the Law : A pot pourri
    • Rt. Hon. Sir Robin Jacob, 23-
  • Toasts for Justice Marshall Rothstein and Professor Vaver
    • Justice Michael Manson, 35-

ARTICLES

  • Rethinking Likelihood of Confusion
    • Daniel R. Bereskin, Q.C., 39-
  • Inventing Canada’s First Technology Transfer Office
    • Tina Piper, 47-
  • Recognizing the Relevance of Human Rights : The Application of the Presumption of Conformity in the Context of Copyright
    • Graham Reynolds, 63-
  • Patents and Plant Breeders’ Rights : Approaches to Intellectual Property Overlaps
    • Jeremy de Beer, 83-
  • “Of At Least Equal Importance” : (Intellectual Property) Rights Mapping with a Moral Compass
    • Dr. Bita Amani, 105-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Copyright User Rights – Contracts and the Erosion of Property (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2017) Pascale Chapdelaine
    • Bob Tarantino, 119-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique (2018) Special Issue

CANADA’S CONSTITUTIONAL AND GOVERNANCE CHALLENGES AFTER 150 YEARS

INTRODUCTION TO THE CONFERENCE

  • Conference Program, 1-

OPENING REMARKS OF THE CONFERENCE

  • Introductory Remarks
    • The Honourable R. Roy McMurtry, 5-

KEYNOTE SPEAKERS

  • La Politique d’affirmation du Québec et de relations canadiennes
    • The Honourable Jean Fournier, 7-
  • Constitutional and Governance Challenges for a Country Based on Incomplete Conquests
    • Professor Peter H. Russell, 17-
  • Governing Under the Constitution Governing the Constitution
    • The Honourable Louis LeBel, 25-


INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES

  • Ceintures Fléchées and Wampum Belts : Quebec and Indigenous Peoples in the Canadian Federation
    • Professeur Jean Leclair, 31-

INSTITUTIONS

  • Beyond Charter Statements : Constitutional Communications in the Parliamentary Context
    • Charlie Feldman, 37-
  • Canada’s Constitutional and Governance Challenges after 150 Years, Glendon College, York University, September 29-30, 2017
    • The Honourable David Onley, 67-
  • The Supreme Court of Canada and National Sovereignty
    • Professor Radhakrishnan Persaud, 73-

ACCOUNTABILITY

  • The SCC’s Dilemma : What to do with Intervenors?
    • Professor Richard Haigh, 79-
  • Accountability for Ethical Governance : Canadian Advances over 150 Years
    • Professor Ian Greene, 93-
  • Deliberative Constitutionalism in Canada
    • Professor Hoi L. Kong, 101-
  • Legal and Political Constitutionalim in Canada : The First 150 Years
    • Professor Warren Newman, 117-
  • Le constitutionnalisme juridique et politique au Canada : bilan de 150 ans
    • Professeur Warren Newman, 141-

FEDERALISM

  • Federalism, Intergovernmental Relations and Assisted Dying : A Case Study of Federalism in Operation
    • Professor Kathy L. Brock, 165-
  • Is Federalism a Feminist Issue? The Gender of Division of Powers Jurisprudence
    • Professor Kerri A. Froc, 197-

ELECTIONS

  • Canada’s Electoral Democracy at 150
    • Marc Mayrand, 213-

CLOSING REMARKS

  • Acknowledgements
    • Professor Radhakrishnan Persaud, 225-

Manitoba Law Journal
Volume 41, no. 3 (2018) Special Issue

CRIMINAL LAW EDITION (ROBSON CRIM)

CONTENTS

  • Towards a Crim  Community – Here We Go Again
    • Anna Tourtchaninova and Brendan Roziere, i-

INVESTIGATIONS, EVIDENCE, AND EMERGING LEGAL TESTS

  • Examing How Lineup Practices of Canadian and U.S. Police Officers Adhere to Their National Best Practice Recommendations,
    • Michelle I. Bertrand, R.C.L. Lindsay, Jamal K. Mansour, Jennifer L. Beaudry, Natalie Kalmet and Elixabeth I. Melsom, 1-
  • Police Vehicle Searches under the Fourth Amendment : Evaluating Chiefs’ Perceptions of Search Policies and Practices after Arizona v Gant
    • Christopher Totten and Sutham Cobkit, 49-
  • R v Jarvis : An Argument for a  Single Reasonable Expectation of Privacy Framework
    • Ryan Mullins, 77-
  • Alibi Evidence : Responsibility for Disclosure and Investigation
    • John Burchill, 99-

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES, CORRECTIONS AND JUSTICE

  • Onashowewin and the Promise of Aboriginal Diversionary Programs
    • Celeste McKay and David Milward, 127-
  • Healing Ourselves : Interrogating the Underutilization of Sections 81 & 84 of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act
    • Leah Combs, 163-

YOUTH AND BEYOND : CONTROVERSIES OF ACCOUNTABILITY

  • “Too Bad, So Sad” : Observations on Key Outstanding Policy Challenges of Twenty Years of Youth Justice Reform in Canada, 1995-2015
    • Russell C. Smandych and Raymond R. Corrado, 191-
  • Challenging Infanticide : Why Section 233 of Canada’s Criminal Code is Unconstitutional
    • Scott Mair, 241-

SEX WORK : COURT RESPONSES AND DISCURSIVE ANALYSIS

  • Remedying THE Remedy : Bedford’s Suspended Declaration of Invalidity
    • Carolyn Mouland, 281-
  • Challenging Dominant Portrayals of the Trans Sex Worker : On Gender, Violence, and Protection
    • Leon Laidlaw, 351-

Manitoba Law Journal
Volume 41, no. 4 (2018) Special Issue

CRIMINAL LAW EDITION (ROBSON CRIM)

CONTENTS

  • Towards a Crim Community – Here We Go Again
    • Anna Tourtchaninova and Brendan Roziere, i-

TERRORISM, NATIONAL SECURITY, AND TRANSNATIONAL CRIME

  • (Where is) the Tipping Point for Governmental Regulation of Canadian Lawyers? Perhaps it is in Paradise : Critically Assessing Regulation of Lawyer Involvement with Money Laundering After Canada (Attorney General) v Federation of Law Societies of Canada
    • Rebecca Bromwich, 1-
  • Police Independence vs Military Discipline : Democratic Policing in the Canadian Forces
    • Jonathan Avey, 27-
  • The Problem of “Relevance” : Intelligence to Evidence Lessons from UK Terrorism Prosecutions
    • Leah West, 57-

VULNERABLE POPULATIONS : DELAY, SENTENCING AND REMOVAL

  • R v Jordan : A Ticking Time Bomb
    • Keara Lundrigan, 113-
  • A Bad Deal : British Columbia’s Emphasis on Deterrence and Increasing Prison Sentences for Street-Level Fentanyl Traffickers
    • Haley Hrymak, 149-
  • In the Aftermath of R v Pham : A Comment on Certainty of Removal and Mitigation of Sentences
    • Sasha Baglay, 181-

THE JUDICIARY : DISCLOSURE, EXCLUSION, AND INSTRUCTION

  • Disclosure in the 21st Century : A Comparative Analysis of Three Approaches to the Information Economy in the Guilty Plea Process
    • Myles Anevich, 219-
  • An analysis of Third Party Record Applications Under the Mills Regime, 2012-2017 : The Right to Full Answer and Defence versus Rights to Privacy and Equality
    • Heather Donkers, 245-
  • Section 24(2) of the Charter : Exploring the Role of Police Conduct in the Grant Analysis
    • Patrick McGuinty, 273-
  • The WD Revolution
    • Lisa A. Silver, 307-

Review of Constitutional Studies/Revue d’études constitutionnelles
Volume 22 no. 3 (October 2017)

ARTICLES

  • The 29th McDonald Lecture in Constitutional Studies : The Constitution as Muse? Four Poets Respond (Tacitly) to the World-View of The British North America Act (1867)
    • George Elliott Clarke, 289-
  • The Story of Constitutions, Constitutionalism and Reconciliations : A Work of Prose? Poetry: Or Both?
    • Jean Leclair, 329-
  • The Judicial Recognition of Indigenous Legal Traditions : Connolly v Woolrich at 150
    • Mark D. Walters, 347-
  • Unpacking “Reconciliation”: Contested Meanings of a Constituional Norm
    • Hannah Wyile, 379-
  • Should Paramountcy Protect Secured Creditor Rights? Saskatchewan v Lemare Lake Logging in Historical Context
    • Virginia Torrie, 405-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Uncertain Accommodation : Aboriginal Identity and Group Rights in the Supreme Court of Canada (Vancouver : UBC Press, 2016) Dimitrios Panagos
    • Larry Chartrand, 429-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 86 (2018)

CANADA’S CHIEF JUSTICE : BEVERLEY MCLACHLIN’S LEGACY OF LAW AND LEADERSHIP

PART I LIVING LEADERSHIP

  • A Leader Born and Bred : The Story of Beverley McLachlin
    • The Honourable Warren K. Winkler, Chief Justice of Ontario, 3-
  • Leader and Representative : The Legacy of Beverley McLachlin Inside and Outside of Court
    • Emmett Macfarlane, 41-
  • The Distinct Leadership Profiles of Intermediate and Final Appellate Courts
    • The Right Honourable Lady Justice Mary Arden, DBE, Justice of The Supreme Court of the United Kingdom, 61-
  • Beverley McLachlin : femme, juge, porte-étendard
    • L’honorable Marie Deschamps, 81-
  • Keeping Our Promises : Access to Justice
    • The Honourable Thomas A. Cromwell, 103-
  • Immigration Law under the McLachlin Court
    • Catherine Dauvergne, 117-

PART II THE CANADIAN IDEA

  • The Separation of Powers and Constitutional Balance at the McLachlin Court
    • David Schneiderman, 137-
  • The Constitution of the Administrative State
    • Kate Glover Berger, 167-
  • The Expositor and Guardian of Our Constitutional Values
    • Richard Albert, 193-
  • Federalism(s) in the Supreme Court of Canada During the McLachlin Years
    • Wade Wright, 213-
  • The Global and the Local : Connections across Borders in the Thought of Beverley McLachlin
    • Janice Gross Stein and Benjamin Smalley, 249-
  • Cours suprême et questions de société : la question des mariages entre personnes de même sexe
    • Chief Justice of the Cour de cassation and Judge of the Conseil constitutionnel Guy Canivet, 275-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto Volume 74 no. 1 (Winter 2016)

ARTICLES

  • Crafting an Aboriginal Labour Law
    • Craig Mazerolle, 9-
  • Golden Leash Arrangements : A Legal and Policy Analysis
    • Andrew Mihalik, 40-
  • “Making The Modern Criminal Law : Criminalization and Civil Order” by Lindsay Farmer
    • Vennu Goswami, 80-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto Volume 75 no. 1 (Fall 2016)

ARTICLES

  • What Makes a Consumer? Mandatory Arbitration Clauses and Free Digital Services in Canada
    • Theodore Milosevic, 9-
  • Attorney General of Canada v Rapiscan Systems Inc. : Reflection on the Challenge of Judicial Review in Government Procurement
    • Samuel Greene, 48-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto Volume 75 no. 2 (Winter 2017)

ARTICLES

  • The Uncertain Scope of the De Facto Director Doctrine
    • Brian Studniberg, 69-
  • From Seal Welfare to Human Rights : Can Unilateral Sanctions in Response to Mass Atrocity Crimes be Justified under the Article XX(a) Public Morals Exception Clause?
    • Misha Boutilier, 101-
  • Access to State Secrets in Terrorism Prosecutions : A Case Comment on R v Alizadeh and the Strictures of Third Party Disclosure
    • Reem Zaia, 129-

University of Toronto Faculty of Law Review/Revue de droit de l’Université de Toronto Volume 76 no. 1 (Winter 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Waiver : A Feminist Analysis of Charge Bargaining in Sexual Assault Prosecution in Ontario
    • Natasha Novac, 1-
  • “Off the Record” : A Critical Analysis of Youth Record Disclosure Practices
    • Chantelle van Wiltenburg, 29-
  • Esdii Wal : Gitxsan Law Grounded in Epistemology
    • Nigel Grenier, 64-
  • Collateral Benefits : Defending the Causal Rationale
    • James Boyd, 92-
  • Araya v Nevsun and the Case for Adopting International Human Rights Prohibitions into Domestic Tort Law
    • E. Samuel Farkas, 130-