Recent Table of Contents – January 2018

Appeal – Volume 21 (2016)
Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance – Volume 33 no. 1 (December 2017)
Canadian Business Law Journal – Volume 60 no. 1 (December 2017)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada – Volume 60 no. 4 (December 2017)
The Criminal Law Quarterly – Volume 65 nos. 1 & 2 (December 2017)
Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal – Volume 37 no. 1 (2017)
Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle – Volume 30 no. 1 (November 2017)
Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique – Volume 11 no. 3 (November 2017)
Manitoba Law Journal – Volume 40 no. 1 (2017)
Manitoba Law Journal – Volume 40 no. 2 (2017)
Manitoba Law Journal – Volume 40 no. 3 (2017) Special Issue
McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill - Volume 62 no. 3 (March 2017)
Relations industrielles/Industrial relations – Volume 72 no. 4 (Fall 2017)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 82 (2018)
University of British Columbia Law Review – Volume 50 no. 4 (November 2017)

Appeal
Volume 21 (2016)

ARTICLES

  • Restorative Justice Practices for Aboriginal Offenders : Developing an Expectation-Led Definition for Reform
    • Meagan Berlin, 3-
  • Finding a Place for Glaciers Within Environmental Law : An Analysis of Ambiguous Legislation and Impractical Common Law
    • Jennifer Cox, 21-
  • Tidal Energy Law in Canada : Hindering an Untapped Potential for International Primacy
    • Justin G. Fisch, 37-
  • Reasonableness as Proportionality : Towards a Better Constructive Interpretation of the Law on Searching Computers in Canada
    • Agathon Fric, 59-
  • Walking the Tightrope Between National Security and Freedom of Expression : A Constitutional Analysis of the New Advocating and Promoting Terrorism Offence
    • Melissa Ku, 83-
  • Revisiting Civility after Groia
    • Duncan Melville, 99-
  • 33 Years Later : Revisiting Section 33 in the Context of the Newly Constitutionalized Right to Strike
    • José (Bill) Olaguera, 109-
  • Tipping the Scales in the Reasonableness-Proportionality Debate in Canadian Administrative Law
    • Iryna Ponomarenko, 125-

Banking & Finance Law Review/Revue de droit bancaire et de finance
Volume 33 no. 1 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Demystifying Shadow Banking in a Bank-centric Paradigm : A Comparative Approach
    • Shen Wei, 1-
  • Credit Union Social Responsibility : Their Mission-Driven Difference
    • Malcolm Stoffman, 41-
  • Corporate Governance in Insurance Companies : A Comparison Between Canadian and Italian Legal Systems
    • Ciro G. Corvese, 57-

RECENT DEVELOPMENTS

  • Current Trends in the Canadian Credit Union Sector
    • Koker Christensen, Craig Bellefontaine, Tom Peters, 73-
  • Department of Finance Proposes New Oversight Framework for Retail Payments
    • Mena Bellofiore and Jacqueline Shinfield, 83-

CASE NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • Revisiting the Lowest Intermediate Balance Rule : A Case Comment
    • Christian Chamorro-Courtland, 91-
  • A Cautionary Tale : Now You See It – Now You Don’t!
    • Natasha De Cicco and Daniel Richer, 103-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • How Would You Like to Pay? How Technology is Changing the Future of Money (Durham and London : Duke University Press, 2015) Bill Maurer
    • Benjamin Geva, 109-
  • The Law of Bitcoin (Bloomington, IN : iUniverse, 2015) Stuart Hoegner, editor
    • Benjamin Geva, 111-
  • Tethered Money : Managing Digital Currency Transactions (Amsterdam, Boston etc. : Elsevier, 2015) Gideon Samid
    • Benjamin Geva, 112-
  • Money in the Western Legal Tradition : Middle Ages to Bretton Woods (Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2016) David Fox & Wolfgang Ernst, editors.
    • Paul J. du Plessis, 117-
  • The Transformation of Islamic Law in Global Financial Markets (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2015) Jonathan Ercanbrack
    • Sheila Htay, 121-
  • The Law and Regulation of Payment Services : A Comparative Study (AH Alphen aan den Rijn, The Netherlands : Kluwer Law International BV, 2012) Rhys Bollen
    • Federico Della Negra, 127-

Canadian Business Law Journal
Volume 60 no. 1 (December 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Choosing Between Prices and Sanctions to Combat Corruption : Canada’s Foreign Bribery Laws
    • Mariana Mota Prado and Lewis Fainer, 1-
  • Voluntary Corporate Governance, Proportionate Regulation and Small Firms : Evidence from Venture Issuers
    • Anita Anand, Wayne Charles and Lynnette Purda, 34-
  • Bill C-29 : Mission Impossible?
    • Bradley Crawford, 61-
  • The New Neighbour Principle : Reasonable Expectations, Relationality, and Good Faith in Pre-Contractual Negotiations
    • Nicholas Reynolds, 94-

COMMENTARY

  • Rescuing the Canadian Unconscionability Doctrine? Reflections on the Court’s “Applicable Principles” in Downer v. Pitcher
    • Rick Bigwood, 124-

BOOK REVIEWS AND REVIEW ESSAYS

  • Misrepresentation (Toronto : LexisNexis, 2016) Bruce MacDougall
    • Michael Ilg, 156-
  • The Law of Misstatements : 50 Years on from Hedley Byrne v. Heller (Oxford, UK : Hart Publishing, 2015) Kit Barker, Ross Grantham and Warren Swain, editors
    • Joost Blom, 164-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 60 no. 4 (December 2017)

SPECIAL ISSUE ON UNDERSTANDING GOVERNANCE IN THE DIGITAL ERA : AN AGENDA FOR PUBLC ADMINISTRATION RESEARCH IN CANADA

ARTICLES

  • Introduction from special issue co-editors: Understanding governance in the digital era : An agenda for public administration research in Canada
    • Amanda Clarke, Evert A. Lindquist, Jeffrey Roy, 457-
  • The vestiges and vanguards of policy design in a digital context
    • Amanda Clarke, Jonathan Craft, 476-
  • Digital era policy advising : Clouding ministerial perspectives
    • Dylan Marando, Jonathan Craft, 498-
  • The evolution of citizen and stakeholder engagement in Canada, from Spicer to #Hashtags
    • Justin Longo, 517-
  • Digital government and service delivery : An examination of performance and prospects
    • Jeffrey Roy, 538-
  • Regulation governance in the digital era : A new research agenda
    • Patrice Dutil, Julie Williams, 562-
  • Information governance in digitized public administration
    • David C.G. Brown, Sandra Toze, 581-
  • Canadian governance in transition : Multilevel governance in the digital era
    • Davide P. Cargnello, Maryantonett Flumian, 605-
  • Accountability and monitoring government in the digital era : Promise, realism and research for digital-era governance
    • Evert A. Lindquist, Irene Huse, 627-
  • The futures of Canadian governance : Foresight competencies for public administration in the digital era
    • Peter Jones, 657-

The Criminal Law Quarterly
Volume 65 nos. 1 & 2 (December 2017)

EDITORIAL

  • Ontario’s Bill 175 on Policing : Improved Accountability but Lagging Governance
    • Kent Roach, 1-

NOTES AND COMMENTS

  • If your Body Talks, will the Court Listen? A Comment on R. v. Rhayel
    • Helene Love, 10-

ARTICLES AND ADDRESSES

  • Standards of Suspicion
    • Steven Penney, 23-
  • Removing Fault from the Law of Causation
    • Jeremy Butt, 72-
  • Reforming Saskatchewan’s Biased Sentencing Regime
    • James T.D. Scott, 91-
  • We Should Probably Take a Look at That : The Process of Taking a View in Criminal Proceedings
    • Peter Sankoff, 140-
  • The Nexus Disconnected : The Demise of the Military Nexus Doctrine
    • Major (Ret) Thomas E.K. Fitzgerald, 155-
  • The Hidden Harms of Arbitrary Detentions on the Psychology of the Detainee and the Reputation of the Administration of Justice
    • Nick Kaschuk, 164-
  • The Criminal Code’s Procurement Crimes : Underused Tools in Canada’s Anti-Corruption Effort
    • Graham Steele, 186-
  • Facial Attacks on Telewarrants : When Police Fail to Define “Impracticable”
    • Hafeez S. Amarshi, 230-
  • Borowiec : Exploring Infanticide, “a particularly dark corner” and Providing Another Reminder of the Need for Reforming Homicide Sentencing
    • H. Archibald Kaiser, 242-

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 37 no. 1 (2017)

FROM THE LEGISLATURE

  • RESPs and the Deceased Subscriber
    • Lorraine Allard and Bernadette Dietrich, 1-
  • The Modernization of Trustee Law in Atlantic Canada
    • Sarah Dykema, 8-
  • Foreign Guardians of Property and the Ontario Substitute Decisions Act
    • Matthew Furrow, 20-

ARTICLES

  • Multiple Wills in British Columbia
    • Geoffrey W. White, 40-
  • Multiple Wills in Alberta
    • Nancy Golding, 44-
  • Multiple Wills in Saskatchewan
    • Karen M. Crellin, 48-
  • Multiple Wills in Manitoba
    • K. Eleanor Wiebe, 51-
  • Multiple Wills in Ontario
    • Marni M.K. Whitaker, 57-
  • Multiple Wills in Quebec
    • Marilyn Piccini Roy, 63-
  • The Use of Multiple Wills as an Estate Planning Technique in Atlantic Canada
    • Timothy C. Matthews and Gerald S. McMackin, 65-
  • Informal Fiduciary Accounting : Who, What, When, Where and Why
    • Susannah B. Roth, 71-
  • Quebec : “La Fente” or Legal Devolution to Relatives of the Half-Blood
    • Marilyn Piccini Roy, 92-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • Ontario and the Convention on the Law Applicable to Trusts on their Recognition
    • K. Thomas Grozinger, 102-
  • Whose Claim is it Anyway : Who is Entitled to Assert and Settle a Claim with Respect to a Pension Benefits Act Deemed Trust?
    • Andrea Boctor, 108-

Intellectual Property Journal/Revue de propriété intellectuelle
Volume 30 no. 1 (November 2017)

COMMENT

  • The 2017 Parliamentary Review of Copyright Law : What Could Have Been on the Agenda, but Will Not
    • Mario Bouchard, 1-

ARTICLES

  • Moving Past Michelin : Towards Judicial Reconsideration of the Intersection of Copyright and the Charter Right to Freedom of Expression
    • Graham Reynolds, 25-
  • Getting the Most Out of Expert Opinions in Nonliteral Substantial Part Copyright Infringement
    • Jordon Fine, 71-
  • Just Laugh It Off : Trademark Parody and the Expansion of User Rights
    • Sebastian D. Beck-Watt, 95-
  • The Alienation of Economic Rights and the Case for Stickier Copyright
    • Matthew Marinett, 125-

BOOK REVIEW

  • (Re)structuring Copyright : a Comprehensive Path to International Copyright Reform (Cheltenam, UK : Edward Elgar Publishing, 2017) Daniel J. Gervais
    • Mario Bouchard, 171-

Journal of Parliamentary and Political Law/Revue de droit parlementaire et politique
Volume 11 no. 3 (November 2017)

PERSPECTIVE

  • The Necessity to State Democracy Through Law
    • Gregory Tardi, 557-

COMMENTARY ON THE ROLE OF LAW

  • British Columbia’s 2017 Extraordinary Contribution to Constitutional Conventions
    • Andrew Heard, 563-

ARTICLES

  • The House of Commons as a Court of Parliamentary Privilege
    • Stephanie Feldman, 571-
  • Les Effets de la Loi d’Accès à l’Information sur la Vie Politique Canadienne
    • Julia Denis, 589-
  • Defending Marzouki’s Proposal for Setting Up an International Constitutional Court
    • Laith K. Nasrawin, 629-
  • Border Security and the Limitation of Liberal Rights in Europe and the United States : A Comparative Study on the Role of Politics and the Rule of Law in Irregular Immigration
    • Brianna Gorence, 641-
  • Competing Visions for the Future of the Clarity Act : A Political Law Analysis of Private Members’ Bills C-457 of 2013 and C-470 of 2013
    • Tobin Lippold, 671-

PRACTICE NOTES

  • Note on the French Presidential Election of 2017
    • Megan Ma, 693-
  • Navigating Your Public Service Career
    • Nadia Haider, 697-

LEGISLATION

  • The Framing and Implementation of Law : Assisted Death in Canada
    • Patricia O’Reilly & Laura Hogeboom, 699-

LITIGATION

  • L’ «affidavit St-Hilaire» sur le privilège parlementaire et son rejet dans l’affaire Boulerice : mise en contexte
    • Julien Fournier, 723-
  • L’affidavit St-Hilaire relatif au privilége parlementaire
    • Maxime St-Hilaire, 727-

JURISPRUDENCE

  • Notable Case Law Concerning Legislative Bodies and Their Members
    • Melanie J. Mortensen, 735-

LITERATURE

  • Constitutional Amendment in Canada (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) Emmett Macfarlane, editor
    • Benjamin Perryman, 753-
  • Party of One : Stephen Harper and Canada’s Radical Makeover (Toronto : Viking Press, 2014) Michael Harris
    • Tom McDowell, 765-
  • Legislatures in Federal Systems and Multi-Level Governance (Baden-Baden : Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft, 2010) Rudolf Hrbek, editor
    • Ian Peach, 771-
  • Voices of Harmony and Dissent : How Peacebuilders are Transforming their Worlds (Winnipeg, CMU Press, 2015) Richard McCutcheon, Jarem Sawatsky, and Valerie Smith, editors
    • Ryan van den Berg, 775-
  • Trademark and Unfair Competition Conflicts : Historical-Comparative, Doctrinal and Economic Perspectives (Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2017) Tim W. Dornis
    • Jochen Glockner, 779-

Manitoba Law Journal
Volume 40 no. 1 (2017)

A REVIEW OF THE CURRENT LEGAL LANDSCAPE

CONTENTS

  • Issue Overview and Introduction
    • Darcy L. MacPherson and Bryan P. Schwartz, i-

KEYNOTES

  • Distinguished Visitor Lecture 2017 : Questions and Answers About Access to Justice
    • The Honourable Thomas A. Cromwell, 1-
  • Guth Lecture 2015 : The Modern Laws of Both Tort and Contract : Fourteenth Century Beginnings?
    • Charles Donahue, Jr., 9-

ARTICLES

  • Reaching for Excellence : Evaluating Manitoba’s Process for Issuing Judicial Authorizations
    • Judge Anne Krahn, Sarah Inness, Stacy Cawley, Bettina Schaible, 41-
  • Proceed with Extreme Caution : The Not Criminally Responsible Defence
    • G. Greg Brodsky, Q.C., 89-
  • A Sign of Things to Come? Legal and Public Policy Issues raised by the Supreme Court of Canada Decision in Green v Law Society of Manitoba
    • Thomas S. Harrison, 117-
  • Gender-exclusive Charitable Trusts : Re The Esther G. Castanera Scholarship Fund and Recent South African Judgments on Discriminatory Bursary Trusts
    • François du Toit, 141-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Canadian Maverick : The Life and Times of Ivan C. Rand (Toronto : Published for the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History by University of Toronto Press, 2009) William Kaplan
    • Darcy L. MacPherson, 173-

Manitoba Law Journal
Volume 40 no. 2 (2017)

UNDERNEATH THE GOLDEN BOY

CONTENTS

  • Preface
    • Darcy L. MacPherson, i-

LEGISLATIVE REVIEWS

  • Manitoba’s changes to Workers Compensation Legislation regarding Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder : Analysis and Legislative Process
    • Nora Fien, 1-
  • Bill 34 : The Safer Roads Act (Drivers and Vehicles Act and Highway Traffic Act Amended)
    • Collin Intrater, 29-
  • Reflections on Bill 11 : The Domestic Violence and Stalking Amendment Act
    • Erika Day, 55-
  • Bill 5 : The Police Services Amendment Act (First Nation Safety Officers)
    • Danielle Magnifico, 87-

POLICY REVIEWS

  • The Prevention Strategy : Eliminating FASD in Indigenous Communities
    • Bryan P. Schwartz, Terrence Laukkanen, Justice Smith, 123-
  • Wiretapping Smart Phones with Rotary-Dial Phones’ Law : How Canada’s Wiretap Law is in Desperate Need of Updating
    • Anne Turner, 249-
  • TO VAPE, OR NOT TO VAPE Electronic Cigarettes and the Ambiguous State of Their Legality in Canada
    • Ranish Raveendrabose, 299-

Manitoba Law Journal
Volume 40 no. 3 (2017) Special Issue

CRIMINAL LAW EDITION (ROBSON CRIM)

CONTENTS

  • Robson Crim : A Vision for Multivalent Interrogations of Criminal Law
    • Richard Jochelson, Amar Khoday, and David Ireland, i-

STATE ABUSES AND THE CRIMINAL PROCESS

  • Reforming and Resisting Criminal Law : Criminal Justice and the Tragically Hip
    • Kent Roach, 1-
  • The Importance of Knowing How a Person Became the Suspect in a Lineup : Multiple Eyewitness Identification Procedures Increase the Risk of Wrongful Conviction
    • R.C.L. Lindsay, Michelle I. Bertrand, and Andrew M. Smith, 53-
  • Bargaining for Justice : The Road Towards Prosecutorial Accountability in the Plea Bargaining Process
    • Marie Manikis and Peter Grbac, 85-
  • BEYOND FINALITY : R v Hart and the Ghosts of Convictions Past
    • Amar Khoday and Jonathan Avey, 111-
  • “Jackpot” : The Hang-Up Holding Back the Residual Category of Abuse of Process
    • Jeffery Couse, 165-

PERSPECTIVES ON INJUSTICE : CORRECTIONS AND CORRECTING COURTS

  • Theorizing the Official Record of Inmate Ashley Smith : Necropolitics, Exclusions, and Multiple Agencies
    • Rebecca Bromwich, 193-
  • Manitoba’s Mental Health Court : A Consumer Perspective
    • Joshua Watts and Michael Weinrath, 225-

ISSUES IN POLICING AND THE CRIMINAL PROCESS

  • Tale of the Tape : Policing Surreptitious Recordings in the Workplace
    • John Burchill, 247-
  • Supreme Court of Canada in World Bank Group v Wallace : On Production of Records, Immunities of International Organizations, and the Global Fight Against Corruption
    • Dmytro Galagan, 303-

CRIMINAL SEXUALITIES AND SEXUAL EXPRESSION

  • ‘Animal Justice’ and Sexual (Ab)use : Consideration of Legal Recognition of Sentience for Animals in Canada
    • James Gacek and Richard Jochelson, 337-
  • Art in the Dichotomy of Freedom of Expression & Obscenity : An Anti-Censorship Perspective
    • Julie Yan (Featured Student Paper), 365-

THE CONSTITUTION AND JUDICIAL ACTIVISM

  • Voluntary Intoxication and the Charter : Revisiting the Constitutionality of Section 33.1 of the Criminal Code
    • Michelle S. Lawrence, 391-
  • Making Numbers Count : An Empirical Analysis of “Judicial Activism” in Canada
    • Melanie Murchison, 425-

McGill Law Journal/Revue de droit de McGill
Volume 62 no. 3 (March 2017)

SPECIAL ISSUE
ENVIRONMENT, PEOPLES, POWER, AND THE LAW : RECONCEIVING RELATIONSHPS, (RE)BUILDING BRIDGES / ENVIRONNEMENT, PEUPLES, POUVOIR ET DROIT : DÉCONSTRUIRE ET RECONSTRUIRE LES PERSPECTIVES

ARTICLES

  • Introduction
    • Laura Cárdenas, 599-
  • Accès à la justice pour protéger l’environnement au Québec : réflexions sur la capacité  à agir des particuliers et des groupes environnementaux
    • Michel Bélanger et Paule Halley, 603-
  • The Continuing Relevance of Common Law Property Rights and Remedies in Addressing Environmental Challenges
    • David Grinlinton, 633-
  • L’envrionnement à l’épreuve du droit des biens
    • Gaële Gidrol-Mistral, 687-
  • Les services écologiques ou le renouveau de la catégorie civiliste de fruits?
    • Sarah Vanuxem, 739-
  • “The Earth is Our Mother” : Freedom of Religion and the Preservation of Indigenous Sacred Sites in Canada
    • Natasha Bakht and Lynda Collins, 777-
  • “Legalizing” the Great Bear Rainforest Agreements : Colonial Adaptations Toward Reconciliation and Conservation
    • Deborah Curran, 813-
  • “Sacrifice Zones” in the Green Energy Economy : Toward an Environmental Justice Framework
    • Dayna Nadine Scott and Adrian A. Smith, 861-

SPEECH

  • Le «dialogue» des parties et la vérité plurielle comme nouveau paradigme de la procédure civile québécoise
    • Catherine Piché, 901-

Relations industrielles/Industrial relations
Volume 72 no. 4 (Fall 2017)

ARTICLES

  • Event History Analysis of Grievance Arbitration in Ontario : Labour Justice Delayed?
    • Bruce J. Curran, 621-
  • Le débordement du travail sur le temps personnel des cadres français
    • Émilie Genin, 658-
  • ‘Temporary Workers’, Temporary Fathers : Transnational Family Impacts of Canada’s Seasonal Agricultural Worker Program
    • Janet McLaughlin, Don Wells, Aaraón Diaz Mendiburo, Andre Lyn and Biljana Vasilevska, 682-
  • Vers une structuration du pocessus émotionnel au travail : le cas des agents de la Brigade anticriminalité en France
    • Hélène Monier, 710-
  • Sexual Orientation Wage Gaps across Local Labour Market Contexts : Evidence from Canada
    • Nicole Denier and Sean Waite, 734-
  • Insertion professionnelle des immigrants qualifiés en technologies de l’information à Québec : À l’encontre des mythes, témoignages d’immigrants
    • Marie-Laure Dioh et Michel Racine, 763-
  • Européanisation versus déseuropéanisation sociale : le sort des économies périphériques bulgare et roumaine
    • Violaine Delteil et Vassil Kirov, 785-

BOOK REVIEWS

  • Redesigning Work : A Blueprint for Canada’s Future Well-being and Prosperity (Toronto : University of Toronto Press, 2016) Graham Lowe and Frank Graves
    • Gordon B. Cooke, 808-
  • Income Inequality : The Canadian Story (Montreal : Institute for Research on Public Policy, 2016) David A. Green, W. Craig Riddell and France St.-Hillaire, editors
    • Mark Thompson, 809-
  • Empty Promises : Why Workplace Pension Law Doesn’t Deliver Pensions (Montreal ; Kingston : McGill’s Queen’s University Press, 2016) Elizabeth J. Shilton
    • Frédéric Hanin, 812-
  • Unions in Court : Organized Labour and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms (Vancouver : University of British Columbia Press, 2017) Larry Savage and Charles W. Smith
    • Braham Dabscheck, 814-
  • Too Great a Burden to Bear : The Struggle and Failure of the Freedmen’s Bureau in Texas (New York : Fordham University Press, 2016) Christopher B. Bean
    • Evan C. Rothera, 816-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 82 (2018)

ARTICLES

  • Developments in Criminal Law – Criminal Procedure : The 2016-2017 Term
    • Richard Litkowski and Jessica Zita, 1-
  • Developments in Substantive Criminal Law : The 2016-2017 Term
    • Ian R. Smith, 23-
  • Developments in the Law of Evidence : The 2016-2017 Term
    • Anisah Hassan and Carlos Sayao, 31-
  • Developments in Intellectual Property : The 2016-2017 Term
    • L.E. Trent Horne, 57-
  • Developments in the Legal Profession : Lizotte, Alberta and Green and the Growing Power of Privilege and Professional Regulators
    • Brooke MacKenzie, 71-
  • Annual Report on Applications for Leave to Appeal to the Supreme Court of Canada : The 2016-2017 Term
    • Matthew Estabrooks, Emma Clarke, Justin McCarthy, and Natalia Thawe, 101-

CASE COMMENT

  • R. v. K.R.J. : Shifting the Balance of the Oakes Test from Minimal Impairment to Proportionality of Effects
    • Marcus Moore, 143-
  • Just Going Through the Motions : The Supreme Court, Interest Groups and the Performance of Intervention
    • Daniel Sheppard, 179-

ESSAYS

  • Rationality and Review of Social Programs
    • James Hendry, 211-
  • Chronic, Irremediable Depression Constituting Mental Disability : Expanding Legal Rights to Euthanasia in Canada
    • Matthew P. Ponsford, 237-

University of British Columbia Law Review
Volume 50 no. 4 (November 2017)

Property in the City : Special Edition Introduction

  • Douglas C. Harris & Graham Reynolds, 885-

ARTICLES

  • High-Rise Residential Condominiums and the Transformation of Private Property Governance
    • Dorit Garfunkel, 891-
  • Owning and Dissolving Strata Property
    • Douglas C. Harris, 935-
  • Pokémorials : Placing Norms in Augmented Reality
    • Elizabeth F. Judge & Tenille E. Brown, 971-
  • Sharing Data in the Platform Economy : A Public Interest Argument for Access to Platform Data
    • Teresa Scassa, 1017-