Recent Table of Contents – March 2018

The Advocate’s Quarterly – Volume 48 no. 1 (February 2018)
Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit pénal – Volume 23 no. 1 (February 2018)
Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique – Volume 31 no. 1 (March 2018)
Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence – Volume 31 no. 1 (February 2018)
Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada – Volume 61 no. 1 (March 2018)
Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal – Volume 37 no. 2 (February 2018)
McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law : MJSDL/La revue de droit du développement durable de McGill : RDDDM – Volume 13 no. 2 (2017)
Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa – Volume 48 no. 1 (2016/2017)
Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series – Volume 83 (2018)
University of British Columbia Law Review – Volume 51 no. 1 (January 2018)

The Advocate’s Quarterly
Volume 48 no. 1 (February 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Legal Research, Legal Reasoning and Precedent in Canada in the Digital Age
    • Jonathan de Vries, 1-
  • Locus of Title in an Unadministered Estate and the Law of Assent
    • Albert H. Oosterhoff, 41-
  • Subtle, Secret and Circumstantial Evidence : The Intracacies of Winning an Undue Influence Case
    • Caroline E. Abela and Lia Boritz, 80-

CASE COMMENTS

  • The White Burgess “Two-Step” : Expert Neutrality as a “Threshold” and “Gatekeeper” Admissi01bility Issue
    • Daniella Murynka, 99-
  • The Changing Landscape of Causation in Medical Malpractice : Sacks v. Ross
    • Maria Damiano, 119-

Canadian Criminal Law Review/Revue canadienne de droit penal
Volume 23 no. 1 (February 2018)

ARTICLES

  • The Road to Traffic Safety : Mandatory Breath Screening and Bill C-46
    • Robert Solomon and Erika Chamberlain, 1-
  • Canada’s Provocation Reform and the Need to Revisit Culpability in ‘Loss of Control’ Cases
    • Christopher Nowlin, 43-
  • Proportionality in Sentence Appeals : Towards a Guiding Principle of Appellate Review
    • James Foy, 77-
  • Detecting Deceit During Trials : Limits in the Implementation of Lie Detection Research – A Comment on Snook, McCardle, Fahmy and House
    • Vincent Denault and Louise Marie Jupe, 97-
  • Burden of Proof and L’intime conviction : Is the Continental Criminal Trial Moving to the Common Law?
    • Demetra Fr. Sorvatzioti and Allan Manson, 107-

Canadian Journal of Administrative Law and Practice/Revue canadienne de droit administratif et de pratique
Volume 31 no. 1 (March 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Reasonably Unified : The Hidden Convergence of Standards of Review in the Wake of Baker
    • Edward Clark, 1-
  • The Doré Framework : Five Years Later, Four Key Questions (and Some Suggested Answers)
    • Justin Safayeni, 31-
  • Transparency, Accountability and the Protection of Privacy : Old Tensions and New Challenges
    • Christopher Berzins, 53-
  • Culture et accès à la justice aux frontières Canadiennes : Un étude de la jurisprudence de la Commission de révision agricole du Canada relative aux avis de violation émis par l’Agence des services frontaliers du Canada
    • Jasmine van Schouwen, 83-
  • Regulating Disability and the Public Interest : A Case Study on the Human Rights of Regulated Professionals
    • Shaun O’Brien and Danielle Bisnar, 101-

Canadian Journal of Law and Jurisprudence
Volume 31 no. 1 (February 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Private Law Exceptionalism? Part II: A Basic Difficulty with the Argument from Formal Equality
    • Avihay Dorfman, 5-
  • Notes Toward a Postmodern Principle
    • Nicholas Hooper, 33-
  • Why Judicial Formalism is Incompatible with the Rule of Law
    • Marcin Matczak, 61-
  • The People’s Right to Know and State Secrecy
    • Dorota Mokrosinska, 87-
  • Coercion and Volition in Law and Philosophy
    • Amit Pundik, 107-
  • Law as an Interactive Kind : On the Concept and the Nature of Law
    • Arie Rosen, 125-
  • Transfer by Contract in Kant, Hegel and Comparative Law
    • Stéphane Sérafin, 151-
  • Public Wrongs and Private Wrongs
    • Jesse Wall, 177-
  • Property, Human Flourishing and St. Thomas Aquinas : Assessing a Contemporary Revival
    • Rachael Walsh, 197-

BOOK REVIEW

  • Freedom and Force : Essays on Kant’s Legal Philosophy (Oxford : Hart, 2017) edited by Sari Kisilevsky and Martin J Stone
    • Nick Sage, 223-

Canadian Public Administration/Administration publique du Canada
Volume 61 no. 1 (March 2018)

ARTICLES

  • The Impact and role of officers of Parliament : Canada’s conflict of interest and ethics commissioner
    • Gwyneth Bergman, Emmett Macfarlane, 5-
  • Co-producing accountability? Drawing conclusions from non-profit child care services in Manitoba
    • Karine Levasseur, 26-
  • New Public Governance in health care : Health Technology Assessment for Canadian pharmaceuticals
    • Katherine Fierlbeck, William Gardner, Adrian Levy, 45-
  • Federal policy ideas and involvement in Canadian urban transit, 2002-2017
    • William Towns, Daniel Henstra, 65-
  • Searching for strategy : Value for Money (VFM) audit choice in the new public management era
    • Sana Adi, Patrice Dutil, 91-

RESEARCH NOTE

  • Open data and its institutional ecosystems : A comparative cross-jurisdictional analysis of open data platforms
    • Maxat Kassen, 109-

NEW FRONTIERS

  • Indigenous planning and municipal governance : Lessons from the transformative frontier Evidence-based policing in Canada
    • Noelle Bouvier, Ryan Walker, Paul F. McKenna, 135-

Estates Trusts & Pensions Journal
Volume 37 no. 2 (February 2018)

FROM THE LAW REPORTS

  • Release of Lawyer’s Will File
    • Kimberly Kuntz and Louise Hamill, 113-

ARTICLES

  • Disputes over Parental Care when the Dutiful Child wants to be Paid
    • Ruth M. Corbin and Barry S. Corbin, 119-
  • Testamentary Freedom and Pubic Policy in Canada
    • Ed Esposto, 148-
  • Conflict of Laws and the Right of a Minor or Minor’s Guardian to Payment / Transfer of a Movable Gift by Will
    • K. Thomas Grozinger, 159-
  • Pension Fund Investment and Climate Change : A Legal Imperative
    • Krupa Kotecha, 207-

McGill Journal of Sustainable Development Law : MJSDL/La revue de droit du développement durable de McGill : RDDDM
Volume 13 no. 2 (2017)

EXCLUSIVE FEATURE, GONTHIER MEMORIAL LECTURE KEYNOTE

  • La justice : un avenir commun dans un monde divisé
    • Guy Canivet, 193-
  • How Can the Rule of Law Advance Sustainable Development in a Troubled and Turbulent World?
    • Irene Khan, 211-

ARTICLES

  • A “New” Developmental State in Africa? Evaluating Recent State Interventions vis-à-vis Resource Extraction in Kenya, Tanzania, and Rwanda
    • Chilenye Nwapi & Nathan Andrews, 223-
  • Farming, Good Neighbours, and Protecting the General Interest in Water Resources : How Effective is the Promise of Sustainable Watershed Management in Quebec?
    • Mark L. Shepheard, 271-

CASE COMMENT

  • Urgenda v. The State of the Netherlands : The “Reflex Effect” – Climate Change, Human Rights, and the Expanding Definitions of the Duty of Care
    • Eleanor Stein & Alex Geert Castermans, 303-

Ottawa Law Review/Revue de droit d’Ottawa
Volume 48 no. 1 (2016/2017)

ARTICLES

  • Omnibus Bills : Constitutional Constraints and Legislative Liberations
    • Adam M. Dodek, 1-
  • Le Programme de pratique du droit à miparcours : un étude empirique
    • Alain Roussy, 43-
  • Proportionality as a Moral Process : Reconceiving Judicial Discretion and Mandatory Minimum Penalties
    • Lauren Witten, 81-
  • Devoir de prudence et de diligence des administrateurs et RSE : Approche comparative et prospective
    • Par Ivan Tchotourian avec la collaboration de Jean-Christophe Bernier Montréal, Yvon Blais, 2014. 432 p., 135-
  • Revisiting the Open Court Principle in an Era of Online Publication : Questioning Presumptive Public Access to Parties’ and Witnesses’ Personal Information
    • Jacquelyn Burkell & Jane Bailey, 143-
  • Le droit à l’égalité sous la loupe de la théorie critique du handicap
    • Marc-André Dowd, 185-
  • La propriété ubiquitaire du fichier numérique
    • Pierre-Emmanuel Moyse, 221-
  • La participation politique et les droits fondamentaux de la personne : quelle protection juridique en droit canadien?
    • Catherine Girard-Lamoureux, 277-

Supreme Court Law Review.  Second Series
Volume 83 (2018)

PART I INTRODUCTION

  • Business Implications from a Public Law Doctrine : Judicial Interpretations of Canada’s Indigenous Rights Clause and their Relationship to Economic Reconciliation
    • Dwight Newman, 3-

PART II CONTEXTS FOR UNDERSTANDING BUSINESS IMPLICATIONS OF ABORIGINAL LAW

  • Business and Indigenous Rights : Reflection After 35 Years of Talking about Section 35
    • The Honourable Ian Binnie, 19-
  • Reconciliation : From Principle to Practice
    • Thomas Isaac, 43-
  • Indigenous Business and Canadian Law : Defining Commercial Opportunities for Indigenous Entrepreneurs and Communities
    • Ken Coates and Blaine Favel, 83-

PART III ECONOMICS AND ABORIGINAL RIGHTS

  • Market Reactions to Aboriginal Rights : A Look at Canada’s Resource Industries
    • Cherie Metcalf, 107-
  • Aboriginal Title Claims to Private Land and the Legal Relevance of Disruptive Effects
    • Malcolm Lavoie, 129-

PART IV STRUCTURAL IMPLICATIONS OF ABORIGINAL RIGHTS

  • Reconciling the Irreconcilable : Major Project Development in an Era of Evolving Section 35 Jurisprudence
    • Bernard J. Roth, 169-
  • Navigating a Changing Landscape : Challenges and Practical Approaches for Project Proponents and Indigenous Communities in the Context of the Review and Assessment of Major Projects
    • Keith Bergner, 193-
  • Third Party Rights in the Context of Aboriginal Consultation and Negotiations
    • Robin M. Junger, 217-

PART V DEVELOPING BUSINESS LAW FOR INDIGENOUS ECONOMIC GROWTH

  • Indigenous Entrepreneurship and Social Entrepreneurship in Canada
    • Gail E. Henderson, 241-
  • Judgment Enforcement Law in Indigenous Communities : Reflections on the Indian Act and Crown Immunity from Execution
    • Anna Lund, 279-
  • Real Property Security on Indigenous Lands
    • Scott Hitchings, 317-

University of British Columbia Law Review
Volume 51 no. 1 (January 2018)

ARTICLES

  • Constituting Bodies into the Future : Toward a Relational Theory of Intergenerational Justice
    • Jessica Eisen, Roxanne Mykitiuk & Dayna Nadine Scott, 1-
  • The “Individualistic” Approach to Arbitrariness, Overbreadth, and Gross Disproportionality
    • Colton Fehr, 55-
  • Agreeing to Share : Treaty 3, History & the Courts
    • Kate Gunn, 75-
  • Spaces for Sharing : Searching for Indigenous Law on the Canadian Legal Landscape
    • Alan Hanna, 105-
  • A Crisis of Conscience : Miscarriages of Justice and Indigenous Defendants in Canada
    • Malini Vijaykumar, 161-
  • Paradigm Shift : Towards a New Model for Refugee Status Determination in Canada
    • Pia Zambelli, 229-